China Inflation Fastest Since Mid-2014 as Food Prices JumpBloomberg News
Food prices surge 7.3 percent in month of family feasts
Non-food inflation remains tepid, while PPI deflation lingers
China’s consumer price rose the most since mid-2014 in February as food costs jumped amid the week-long Lunar New Year holidays, where millions binge on roast pork, duck, seafood and vegetables.
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