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China's latest export

10 Dec 2010 By Wei Gu

The 35 percent jump in November exports is largely due to higher prices, not global recovery. Factories must pass on more expensive raw material costs and rising domestic wages. Chinese inflation may help compensate for the undervalued yuan. Another rate hike now looks likely.

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