Rising Inflation In China Has Consumer Doing The Exact Opposite Of What Everyone Wants


Shanghai Daily:

CHINESE urban residents prefer to tighten their belts as inflation expectations pinched consumers, a central bank survey said today.

More than half of respondents said current prices were “too high to afford”, a record high since the central bank first conducted the national survey in 1999 in 50 major cities, the People’s Bank of China said on its Website today.

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