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China Remains an Outlier in a World of Surging Inflation

Consumer prices in the world’s second-largest economy have held relatively steady, but China’s experience will be hard to replicate elsewhere


HONG KONG—As inflation soars around the world, the world’s second-largest economy has kept it at bay.

Consumer prices in China increased just 1.5% in March from a year earlier, after rising 0.9% in 2021 from the year before.


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