China Producer Prices Fall to Lowest in 6 Years Amid Weak Demand

Chinese shoppers select pork at a supermarket in Hefei, east China's Anhui province.

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China’s producer prices fell in July to the lowest level since 2009, in the latest sign that Premier Li Keqiang must take measures to support growth.

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