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Economists React: One Less Worry for Beijing as Industrial Prices Finally Rise

China’s more than four-year long battle with industrial deflation finally came to an end last month—a relief for policy makers as Beijing struggles with issues such as soft foreign trade, mounting debt and an overheating property market.
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