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China - October prices of pork, beef, and mutton rose by 1.0% - 1.8% from previous month.

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  • China - October prices of pork, beef, and mutton rose by 1.0% - 1.8% from previous month.

    Bureau of Statistics: October CPI rose 2.5% year-on-year, food prices went up and down

    0 Comments2018-11-12 14:49:37 Source: China Insurance News Network [COLOR=#FF0000 !important]Low suction can also catch up![/COLOR]
      China Insurance News Network [Intern reporter Tan Lezhi]
      On November 9, the National Bureau of Statistics released data. In October, the National Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose by 2.5% year-on-year. The increase was the same as that of the previous month. The month-on-month increase was lower than that of the previous month. The price of food was down from the ups and downs. the reason.
      From the ring, the CPI rose by 0.2%, a drop of 0.5 percentage points from the previous month. Among them, food prices fell by 0.3%, and non-food prices rose by 0.3%. The Bureau of Statistics said that the rise in food prices from ups and downs was the main reason for the decline in CPI growth. In the food, autumn vegetables and winter storage vegetables were listed on the market, and the price of fresh vegetables dropped by 3.5%. When the temperature turned cold, the production capacity of laying hens increased and the price of eggs decreased by 4.0%. The demand for meat consumption increased, and the prices of pork , beef and mutton rose by 1.0%, 1.1% and 1.8% respectively; the supply of fresh fruit was tight and the price rose by 1.9%.
      Among non-food products, energy prices such as gasoline, diesel, coal and liquefied petroleum gas rose by 4.2%, 4.7%, 2.9% and 1.8% respectively, clothing prices rose by 0.8%, and airline tickets and travel prices fell by 7.2% and 0.9% respectively.
      From the same period of last year, the CPI rose by 2.5%, the same as last month.



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