Consumer price inflation ticked up in December, while producer price deflation eased. There are some early signs that the transition toward living with COVID is starting to put upward pressure on prices. But the uptick in inflation is unlikely to be as large as that seen in many other economies as they reopened. And we doubt inflation will impose any major constraints on the PBOC’s ability to support the economy.
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