Producer prices in China rose 10.7 percent in September compared to last year, according to China’s National Bureau of Statistics. This is the highest increase for products like raw materials and manufactured goods since the first data collection in late 1996. Producer prices indicate the prices of goods before further processing or market entry. High coal and commodity prices are cited as the cause of the increase (China.Table reported).
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