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Price Hiking Concerns
Both central and local governments have put combating inflation atop their agendas and have issued a series of policies to curb prices and raise individual's income since late 2010
Inflation Scare

While the Chinese economy finds its feet after the financial crisis, anxieties are high as the seeds of inflation may be burgeoning. Just as it did three years ago, consumer inflation on everything from garlic to diapers and non-perishables is plaguing the world's second largest economy

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Life Under Inflation
Soaring consumer prices are leaving the average Chinese citizen with less money and more worries
How Inflation Is Stealing Profits
Growth in product prices is far below that of raw material prices and other costs, leading to a decline in profits for Chinese enterprises
Ba Shusong
"If follow-up policies are well implemented, the CPI will likely edge lower after peaking in January or February."
Ma Jun
"I'd like to raise my estimate for inflation rate of the entire year to 5 percent. The peak will come in the second quarter at 6 percent."
"The current high level of inflation is only temporary, and the CPI will be controlled at around 4 percent this year."
Frank Gong
"China's inflation rate will peak in June, and then head south in the latter half of this year."
Zhu Baoliang
Government Steps up to Curb Inflation
Housing Prices Not Likely to Fall by Much
Consumer Confidence Declines
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