Filed under inflation isn't dead everywhere: Savers who gripe about near-0% interest rates should remember that real interest rates (accounting for CPI) in the U.S. aren't nearly as bad as some parts of the world. Case in point: The Central Bank of Kenya upped its benchmark rate from 7% to 11% (.pdf), while the Bank of Uganda hiked rates to 20% from 16% (.pdf) - both due to a runaway inflation.
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