Pork price may rise and 'drive up CPI'

Pork price may rise and 'drive up CPI'

Shanghai : China | Aug 13, 2012 at 10:20 PM PDT
Source: Chinadaily
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Analysts even suggest drought in US could lead to shortages by early 2013 The price of pork in China is likely to edge higher in September until the end of the year, driven by a surge in world grain prices as a result of a record drought in the United States, and an end to a current domestic over supply... FULL ARTICLE AT Chinadaily
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