China's factory-gate inflation eased to its slowest pace in six months and consumer price growth also softened in January amid new coronavirus curbs and government measures to curb surging commodity prices.
China’s Producer Price Index (PPI) grew 9.1% in January from a year earlier, the weakest pace since July last year and slowing from a 10.3% growth in December, ending a four-month streak of double-digit growth, according to . . .
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