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China Consumer & Producer Prices (Mar. 2024)

CPI inflation rose less than expected in March but is still trending upwards. We think an easing of food price deflation and the ongoing modest economic recovery will support a slow reflation in the near term. But persistent oversupply will likely keep inflation low, with CPI inflation to average only 0.5% over the next couple of years. 

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