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Why China’s food inflation won’t go away

Overview

The leadership’s failure to introduce fundamental agricultural reforms means China will face recurrent food inflation pressures. The short-term palliatives introduced in November to cap vegetable prices should not divert investors’ attention from deeper, longer-range problems facing the farm sector that have major implications for global food...

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