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Pork prices propel rise in inflation

By Chen Jia | China Daily | Updated: 2015-08-10 07:44

But business managers in nonfood sectors continue to fret over deflationary pressures

Housewives compare prices every day, including Zhang Ming, a 60-year-old retired woman who frequents a supermarket in Beijing's Fengtai district.

On Sunday morning, she spent 45 yuan ($7.30) on 1 kg of pork fillet. "It's amazing considering that it wouldn't have cost 35 yuan just a couple of months ago," she said.

Pork prices propel rise in inflation

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