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Higher prices affecting Chapel Hill restaurant owners as inflation stalls


Restaurant owners in Chapel Hill are feeling the strain as they grapple with higher prices. For Vimala Rajendran, owner of Vimala’s Curryblossom Cafe, higher costs are making it harder to operate. Despite low unemployment rates, high job creation and wage growth, a period of high inflation spurred by the pandemic has left prices higher than consumers would like. (UNC Media Hub)

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Higher prices affecting Chapel Hill restaurant owners as inflation stalls


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