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So I need to do a macroeconomics IA.
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-india-economy-poll/indias-inflation-surged-in-september-but-wont-bring-tears-to-rbi-reuters-poll-idUSKBN1WP0DKhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-india-economy-poll/indias-inflation-surged-in-september-but-wont-bring-tears-to-rbi-reuters-poll-idUSKBN1WP0DK
I found this article on inflation.. I could definitely have a diagram about SRAS shifting to the left leading to inflation. A diagram of an inflationary spiral. And a diagram of the government's solution which is banning onion exports.
My only issue is if this is considered more microeconomics than macroeconomics? They do say the supply shortages leads to 'inflation' and they're not just talking about onions, but the article transitions to talking about onions and high onion prices which is just one good. Mind you, the inflation is still regarding overall increase in prices of foods due to monsoon, but it does look into onions and i'm not sure if that's allowed. MOREOVER, the government solution is to ban onion exports. Now this is to decrease aggregate demand, but now I am thinking this is too microeconomics of an idea instead and thus i cant choose the article.

What do you guys think? is it okay to use this article?
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Hello? anyone?
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