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Asia | 10 Sept 2020 Back to Normal Programming, as China's PPI and CPI Converge
The pressure on Chinese industrial profits continued to ease in August, looking at the further moderation in PPI deflation.

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10 Sept 2020 Back to Normal Programming, as China's PPI and CPI Converge

By Miguel Chanco

The pressure on Chinese industrial profits continued to ease in August, looking at the further moderation in PPI deflation.

Posted: 10th Sep 2020 in 'Asia'

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