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Inflation Eases in China

OCTOBER 15, 2012 by CHUCK GRIMMETT

“Inflation in China eased slightly in September, giving policymakers room to provide further economic stimulus packages as they try to stabilize the country’s sharpest slowdown since the 2008 financial crisis.” (LA Times)

Just as one economic issue gets under control in China, more might be created.

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CHUCK GRIMMETT

Chuck Grimmett is FEE's Director of Web Media. Get in touch with him on Twitter: @cagrimmett

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