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UBS: China is not driving global inflation

While the acceleration of China’s producer prices has raised concerns that China could add to global inflationary pressures, UBS argues that inflation is localised and not fuelled by China’s export prices. “There is no obvious relationship between Chinese import price inflation and US consumer price inflation,” says the bank, citing the example of US import prices of clothing from China…

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