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China’s May consumer price index jumped 2.5% to a four-month high — while producer prices were lower than expected. The data means higher food prices– as the government tries mini-stimulus measures to encourage spending. Meanwhile, policymakers are trying to find a balance between boosting growth and ballooning debt.

Maryam Behmard joined us in the studio from Shanghai with more.

Maryam Behmard on China\'s CPI

Maryam Behmard on China\'s CPI

China's May consumer price index jumped 2.5% to a four-month high -- while producer prices were lower than expected. Maryam Behmard joined us in the studio from Shanghai with more.

 

For more on China’s economy, CCTV spoke with Nicholas Borst. He’s the China program manager at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

Nicholas Borst on the Chinese Economy

Nicholas Borst on the Chinese Economy

For more on China's economy, CCTV spoke with Nicholas Borst. He's the China program manager at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.