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China’s inflation rate seen falling sharply on lower pork prices, subdued consumer demand

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s annual consumer price inflation rate is expected to have slowed to less than 1 per cent in October for the first time in more than three-and-a-half years, thanks to the continued moderation in pork prices combined with protracted weak consumer demand in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.Amid a continued drop in price pressures in the current economic recovery, some economists have warned of rising risks of deflation – a sustained drop in consumer prices – unless Beijing maintains a…

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China’s annual consumer price inflation rate is expected to have slowed to less than 1 per cent in October for the first time in more than three-and-a-half years, thanks to the continued moderation in pork prices combined with protracted weak consumer demand in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.Amid a continued drop in price pressures in the current economic recovery, some economists have warned of rising risks of deflation – a sustained drop in consumer prices – unless Beijing maintains a…

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