IMF chief warns there will be 'people on the street' globally unless steps taken to ease inflation

There will be "people on the street" globally unless steps are taken to protect the most vulnerable from inflation, International Monetary Fund's (IMF) chief Kristalina Georgieva warned on Wednesday.

"It is important to think that this compounded impact of multiple crises is already testing the patience and resilience of people.

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