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Dangerous medicine

10 March 2010 By John Foley

If the rate could persist at February’s 2.7 percent, China and the world might be better off. Rising prices and wages spur consumption and effectively revalue the currency. But it will be hard to keep inflation tame while monetary policy stays loose in an overheating economy.

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