China’s Sept CPI rises at fastest pace since April 2020

BEIJING — China’s consumer prices in September rose at the fastest pace since April 2020, mainly driven by food prices, limiting the scope for more central bank easing to prop up a faltering economy hit by COVID-19 restrictions and a property sector slump. The consumer price index (CPI) rose 2.8% from a year earlier, quickening […]

BEIJING -- China's consumer prices in September rose at the fastest pace since April 2020, mainly driven by food prices, limiting the scope for more central bank easing to prop up a faltering economy hit by COVID-19 restrictions and a property sector slump. Read More

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