Gas station prices are seen in Bethesda, Maryland on August 11, 2022.
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There was more good news Friday for inflation, as import prices fell more than expected and brought some much-needed relief for consumers.
The report capped off a relatively upbeat week for those worried about rising prices — and “relatively” is the operative word — as the U.S. is on pace this year to import just over $4 trillion of goods and services this year, according to the latest Bureau of Economic Analysis data.
With Americans already paying huge bills for food, energy and a host of other items in their daily lives, any respite is a welcome one. After all, the monthly import…