What does the term "galloping inflation" mean?

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Galloping inflation is another term for 'hyperinflation.' Hyperinflation, in economics, occurs when the rate of inflation in a country accelerates very quickly, and is perceived to be unstoppable. Hyperinflations are often associated with war and various types of sociopolitical upheaval.
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Galloping Inflation When the movement of price accelerates rapidly, running inflation emerges. Running inflation may record more than 100 per cent rise in prices over a decade. Thus
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