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10th Mar 2022 00:00China+, Daily Monitor

  • Energy and food are set to drive Chinese inflation dynamics, but base effects will play a big part.
  • Global commodity prices are surging, but the link to domestic consumer prices is modest.
  • The PBoC will stay dovish, and may ease more ag- gressively, due to—not in spite of—the cost shock.

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