An elderly woman shops at a supermarket in Beijing on December 17. Photo: AFP
An elderly woman shops at a supermarket in Beijing on December 17. Photo: AFP
Neal Kimberley
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Neal Kimberley

Global food prices are going up and China won’t be spared, despite the November dip

  • As a major food importer, China is not immune to rising global prices, driven up by supply issues and a weaker US dollar
  • A strong yuan can only offer so much protection

An elderly woman shops at a supermarket in Beijing on December 17. Photo: AFP
An elderly woman shops at a supermarket in Beijing on December 17. Photo: AFP
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