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Asia | 4 June 2018 Chinese PPI Inflation is Set to Head Higher, it will be Short-lived
The Caixin manufacturing headline was unremarkable, but the input price index signals that PPI inflation is set to rise again in May, to 4.0%-plus, from 3.4% in April.

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4 June 2018 Chinese PPI Inflation is Set to Head Higher, it will be Short-lived

By Freya Beamish

The Caixin manufacturing headline was unremarkable, but the input price index signals that PPI inflation is set to rise again in May, to 4.0%-plus, from 3.4% in April.

Posted: 3rd Jun 2018 in 'Asia'

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