China's consumer inflation in June stay unchanged at a 15-month high seen in May, driven by surging fruit prices and climbing pork prices. Factory price unexpectedly showed no growth on an annual basis, the lowest growth in almost three years, which may rekindle worries about deflation and adds to expectations that the authorities will roll out more aggressive stimulus.
The consumer price index (CPI) in June rose 2 . . .
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