Balance of Power Full Show (08/10/2022)

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On Bloomberg’s ‘Balance of Power’ with David Westin: Gina Raimondo, US Commerce Secretary, on CPI numbers; Laura Tyson, UC Berkeley Haas School of Business distinguished professor, on inflation; Carlos Gutierrez, from US Secretary of Commerce, on supply chain problems and Mexico business. Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy, on climate change bill.

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