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April 15, 2014
China inflation jumps to 2.4% year-on-year in March
Beijing (AFP) April 11, 2014
Chinese inflation accelerated to 2.4 percent year-on-year in March driven by higher food prices, official data showed Friday, though economists warned there was still a risk of deflation. The rise in the consumer price index (CPI) was up from the 2.0 percent seen in February but well below the 3.5 percent annual target set by Beijing and adds to unease about the economy after Thursday's disappointing trade data. It was also marginally below the median forecast of 2.5 percent in a survey of 16 ec ... read more

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China industrial output growth at five-year low: govt
China's industrial production rose at its slowest pace in five years and other key indicators showed surprising weakness, data showed Thursday, raising alarm bells over the world's second-largest economy as Premier Li Keqiang outlined "serious challenges" ahead. ... more
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BoJ holds off new easing measures as tax hike looms
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China bank lending halves in February from January
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BoJ holds off new easing measures as tax hike looms
The Bank of Japan held off launching fresh monetary easing measures Tuesday, saying the economy was picking up, despite slowing growth in the last quarter of 2013 and fears that a looming tax hike will dent the recovery. ... more
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China posts unexpected trade deficit in February: govt
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China's growth target flexible: finance minister
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Threat of China corporate bond default worries market
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