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MNI BRIEF: China's Nov CPI Falls To 8 Month Low; PPI Declines

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China continues to buck the global trend of elevated inflation thanks to weaker demand caused by Covid disruptions.

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China's November Consumer Price Index fell to an eight-month low of 1.6% y/y, in line with the median forecast, while slowing sharply from October's 2.1% y/y pace as Covid-19 outbreaks and a high base effect sapped the gain, data from the National Bureau of Statistics released on Friday showed.

Pork prices, the main CPI driver, rose by 34.4% y/y, a decrease of 17.4 percentage points from the previous month, due to the release of pork reserves by the central government and the increasing supply of hogs. Fuel costs also eased and helped steer down the CPI, the NBS said.

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China's November Consumer Price Index fell to an eight-month low of 1.6% y/y, in line with the median forecast, while slowing sharply from October's 2.1% y/y pace as Covid-19 outbreaks and a high base effect sapped the gain, data from the National Bureau of Statistics released on Friday showed.

Pork prices, the main CPI driver, rose by 34.4% y/y, a decrease of 17.4 percentage points from the previous month, due to the release of pork reserves by the central government and the increasing supply of hogs. Fuel costs also eased and helped steer down the CPI, the NBS said.

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