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MNI BRIEF: China CPI May Rise Mildly On Higher Import Costs

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China's consumer prices may rise moderately in the next few months on higher costs of imported goods, supply shortages caused by the pandemic and the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, Fu Linghui, a spokesman of the National Bureau of Statistics, said at a press briefing on Monday.

March CPI was 1.5% y/y, almost entirely due to higher costs of vegetables and energy, according to Fu.

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China's consumer prices may rise moderately in the next few months on higher costs of imported goods, supply shortages caused by the pandemic and the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, Fu Linghui, a spokesman of the National Bureau of Statistics, said at a press briefing on Monday.

March CPI was 1.5% y/y, almost entirely due to higher costs of vegetables and energy, according to Fu.

Keep reading...Show less