THE administration told Legislative Councillors yesterday that the coming fee increases for government services would not add significantly to the inflation rate. The Secretary for Economic Services, Mrs Anson Chan Fang On-sang, said the Government was concerned that the impact should be kept to a minimum. She said there was no quick and easy cure to high inflation and the measures available to the Government were limited. Meanwhile, a signed commentary by the Hongkong China News Agency yesterday called on the Government to control public expenditure in the light of spiralling inflation. Noting that the increase in the Consumer Price Index A had climbed to 10.1 per cent last month, the article said the problem of inflation had become alarming. Stressing that there were no significant increases in the sub-indexes for food, clothing and durable goods, the writer said it was obvious inflation had not been stimulated by consumption. He attributed the high inflation rate to the excessive increase in public expenditure and speculation in the property market. ''Expenditure on government departments recorded an increase of eight per cent last year, which can hardly be attributed to the formation of the Hospital Authority,'' the commentary said.