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China's CPI up 6.5% in July


08:35, August 10, 2011

A citizen passes by a price list in a supermarket in Jiujiang City, east China's Jiangxi Province, Aug. 9, 2011. China's Consumer Price Index (CPI), a main gauge of inflation, accelerated to 6.5 percent in July, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said on Tuesday. The stubbornly high inflation rate has been driven by increasing food costs, which rose by 14.8 percent in July from a year ago. (Xinhua/Hu Guolin)

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vJpLxqNy at 2012-03-1123.21.235.*
Too many live day-to-day that they don't see nor care to hear what is on the horizon. Nothing wrong with ivilng in the present but it is the wise man that is prepared for tomorrow. As for the media they are more into gossip than reporting and educating. All but gone are the days of in-depth stories but when they come out they are thought provoking.
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