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Food Costs Push China Inflation to 3.1 Percent

(BEIJING) — Higher food prices pushed up China's consumer inflation in September as the government tried to keep to keep an economic recovery on track. Consumer...

The Secret Life of a Government Inflation Agent

The next time you’re at the mall, the supermarket, or perhaps even a used car lot, you might run across a shopper meticulously taking note of the prices of...

Why Isn’t There More Inflation?

The economy of the past three years has puzzled experts and policy makers in all sorts of ways, but the greatest mystery has been the recent decline in the rate...

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