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Price increases- not all gloom and doom.

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It's an unanswerable question, yet it's a certainty that prices will go up.


Can you see where this falls down?


It's not an argument, it's a discussion.


I never said its a certainty eggs reread my earlier answer,i said economists and politicians agree that prices will rise.

Are you trying to be obtuse?

Im not a politician nor a economist im simply quoting the experts opinions here and as for the unanswerable question well it is isnt.

I cant comment on what could,should or might have been as it didnt happen so its pointless discussing it.

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We have seen price rises from most of our suppliers now.

Many have only been around 3-5% but one major supplier of machinery has implemented increases of 8-10%.


These rises seem rather extreme after several years of stable prices, but we saw similar increases at the end of the last decade, so nothing new.

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