Note that the first two groups of words in this section are divided into ‘cause to effect’ and ‘effect to cause’ for presentation purposes only; many of them can be used (with appropriate grammatical changes) to describe both cause to effect and effect to cause. There is (often) a causal link between an increase in the cost of raw materials and inflation. An increase in the cost of raw materials causes prices to rise / results in prices rising.
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