Explain, with the aid of a graph, the demand‐pull inflation. In your answer, consider the following:  Graphical illustration of the demand‐pull inflation   Provide any three of your own examples/scenario that might cause the demand‐pull inflation   Recommend the policy tools to use in order to curb each type of inflation mentioned above

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Explain, with the aid of a graph, the demand‐pull inflation. In your answer, consider the following:

 Graphical illustration of the demand‐pull inflation 

 Provide any three of your own examples/scenario that might cause the demand‐pull inflation 

 Recommend the policy tools to use in order to curb each type of inflation mentioned above 

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