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Made expensively in China

28 February 2008 By Martin Hutchinson

China’s higher minimum wages, inflation and currency appreciation are pushing up global prices. For decades, cheap Chinese manufactured goods have been a major deflationary force. Now, Chinese cost inflation is reversing their effect.

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