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China’s consumer prices increase 2.3% year on year, producer deflation eases

The four year slump in China’s Producer Price Index (PPI) is showing signs of moderating. The recovery in global commodity prices, as well as a construction uptick domestically, has softened the PPI’s fall.
 
China’s factory prices have been falling for more than four years, but April’s decline of 3.4 percent from a year earlier was the smallest since prices fell 3.3 percent in December 2014.

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