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Update: Surging Pork Prices Fuel Consumer Inflation in August

2019年09月10日 20:32 来源于 财新网
CPI rises 2.8% for the month, fueled by a 46.7% increase in pork prices
People browse goods at a supermarket in Shenyang, Liaoning province, on Aug. 9, 2019. Photo: VCG

China’s consumer inflation didn’t budge from the month before in August, with the gauge remaining high as pork prices surged at their fastest pace in more than eight years, even as factory gate prices continued to drop due to falling raw material prices, official data showed Tuesday.

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