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Giving refugees money instead of stuff can lead to price gouging – but it doesn't have to

When refugees get money, it can stimulate the local economy. Angelos Tzortzinis/AFP via Getty ImagesRefugees increasingly receive money from humanitarian agencies and organizations, instead of food, clothing and other items shipped from afar. This approach is intended to let refugees get more of what they need while also boosting local businesses.

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