The mainland economy will still be slowed by deflation, over-capacity and a glut of commodities in the second half of the year, according to the State Internal Trade Bureau. It found in a survey that 80 per cent of the 605 commodities counted will be in oversupply, an increase of 8 per cent over the first half of the year. The oversupply of farm and agricultural products was expected to worsen, which will cut into peasant incomes and dampen consumer demand. Goods affected include pork, wine, meat and most textile and footwear products. An increasing number of light industrial products are affected by over capacity and weak consumer demand, it reported. The products range from cameras, white goods, pesticides to most varieties of tea and dried fruits.