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Brazil's rising prices ahead of the World Cup

28 April 2014 Last updated at 10:11 BST

With little over a month until kick-off, the spotlight is very much on Brazil right now.

The country won the right to host the World Cup during a period of huge economic growth but since then, that growth has been spluttering.

Economists expect the economy to grow just 2% this year, compared with more than 7% in 2010.

And one of the biggest issues the country is facing at the moment is rising prices - inflation remains stubbornly high at around 6%.

Katy Watson reports.

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