Central China's CPI increased 5.7% y/y in October.

By bne IntelliNews December 2, 2011
Central China's Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased 5.7% y/y in October this year. As reported by China Business Newswire, the country's eastern region posted an increase of 5.4% y/y in CPI, while the western region posted a CPI increase of 5.7% y/y during the period.
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