A customer buys pork at a wholesale market in Beijing. Rising pork prices pushed up inflation on the mainland last month. Photo: Simon Song

China’s rising pork prices worsens outlook of Asia’s largest stock market as scope to stimulate economy is reduced

  • Pork prices surged 69 per cent in September, fuelling consumer inflation and reducing the likelihood of policy easing
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A customer buys pork at a wholesale market in Beijing. Rising pork prices pushed up inflation on the mainland last month. Photo: Simon Song
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