Caixin China Biz Roundup: The economic impacts of the African Swine Fever
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China’s consumer inflation soars to a near six-year high on the back of pigs.
The impact of African swine flu hits China as consumer inflation hit its highest level in nearly six years as its consumer price index (CPI) edged up 0.2 percentage points to a 3% year-on-year rise. At the same time the producer price index (PPI), which tracks the prices of goods circulated among manufacturers and mining companies, fell 1.2%.
An almost 70% rise in the price of pig meat contributes 1.65 percentage points to CPI growth
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