Bundesbank inflation doctrine
Central banks such as the European Central Bank and the Bank of England have fought shy of increasing interest rates, even though inflation has risen above bank targets. They are worried about damaging fragile economic growth.
But is inflation too much of a danger to be ignored? The BBC's former Germany correspondent William Horsley reports on the traditions of Germany's central bank, the Bundesbank, famous for its intense focus on the battle against inflation.
The former Bundesbank President Helmut Schlesinger talks to Lesley Curwen about why he considers inflation is a real threat today.
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