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Next year, CPI will continue to stabilize prices without boosting impulse – News – Global IC commerce starts here.



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  1. Next year, CPI will continue to stabilize prices without boosting impulse – News – Global IC commerce starts here.
  2. November CPI in China rose 2.2 percent over a year, food prices rose by 2.5 percent,
  3. Consumer prices in November 2018 increased by 2.2 percent over a one year period. National Bureau of Statistics of the People's Republic of China
  4. Analyst's viewpoint: November China's CPI and IPP and year-on-year increase shrink deflation worries warming Reuters
  5. The factory price of industrial producers rose by 2.7 percent over a one-year period in November 2018. National Bureau of Statistics of the People's Republic of China
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