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Monday, July 27, 2009
Hyperinflation? Not in Airline Tickets
Even with oil north of $60, airline tickets are
cheap right now. This latest example of price deflation just popped into my Inbox, courtesy of Jet Blue:
When will price deflation turn into hyperinflation?
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