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Role reversal

14 August 2007 By Ian Campbell

For most of the last decade, China has exported deflation and consumer goods. But its huge trade surplus is leading to domestic inflation. Higher prices will also be exported, both directly and through a rising renminbi. The ultimate result is higher Western interest rates.

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