Consumer price inflation dropped to its lowest in eight months in November and producer price inflation stayed at a 23-month low. The shift away from zero-COVID could put some upward pressure on prices going forward. But China seems unlikely to experience the surge in inflation seen in other countries when they opened up and we doubt inflation will become a major policy constraint.
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