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Coronavirus, power crisis send China vegetable prices soaring, but inflation risks set to be temporary

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Vegetable prices have soared in China in recent weeks, costing more than meat in some cases, and creating another headache for consumers already hit by power shortages and strict coronavirus curbs.Wholesale vegetable prices surged 28 per cent in the four weeks through until October 22, and is now at the highest level since February, data from the Ministry of Commerce shows.Due to multiple factors, such as cooler weather and rainfall, the prices of some edible agricultural products, especially…

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Vegetable prices have soared in China in recent weeks, costing more than meat in some cases, and creating another headache for consumers already hit by power shortages and strict coronavirus curbs.Wholesale vegetable prices surged 28 per cent in the four weeks through until October 22, and is now at the highest level since February, data from the Ministry of Commerce shows.Due to multiple factors, such as cooler weather and rainfall, the prices of some edible agricultural products, especially…

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