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China inflation: Beijing prioritises price stabilisation as stagflation risk increases

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s consumer price index (CPI) could rise to as much as 2.1 per cent in April from 1.5 per cent in March, with the World Bank warning of ‘the largest commodity shock we’ve experienced since the 1970s’.

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China’s consumer price index (CPI) could rise to as much as 2.1 per cent in April from 1.5 per cent in March, with the World Bank warning of ‘the largest commodity shock we’ve experienced since the 1970s’.

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