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China's good inflation

11 August 2010 By Wei Gu

Consumer prices rose 3.3 percent in July, more than Beijing’s fullyear target. Food costs should drop after floods retreat, though higher wages will push up other prices. But with much of the world mired in slow growth, China’s mild inflation could bode well for domestic demand.

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