| Economic Indicators News
| Mar 09, 2013 01:30AM GMT |
Investing.com - Consumer price inflation in China rose more-than-expected last month, official data showed on Saturday.
In a report, National Bureau of Statistics of China said that Chinese CPI rose to an annual rate of 3.2%, from 2.0% in the preceding month.
Analysts had expected Chinese CPI to rise to 3.0% last month.
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