food prices

Inflation threatens China's stability

Slower growth in China and a boost in domestic consumption will have lasting consequences for food prices, raising the prospect of social unrest, argues Renaissance Capital's Charles Robertson.
March 09, 2011

Inflation is not a threat to China, says CLSA

However, China will have to stomach higher structural inflation in the next few years as the nation gets wealthier and wages increase at a double-digit rate, the brokerage firm argues.
January 16, 2011