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December 17, 2010
Vendors package spring onions as they wait for customers at an outdoor fruit and vegetable market located...
Beijing, China
Vendors package spring onions as they wait for customers at an outdoor fruit and vegetable market located...
Vendors package spring onions as they wait for customers at an outdoor fruit and vegetable market located on the outskirts of Beijing December 17, 2010. China's inflation soared past forecasts to a 28-month high in November and showed signs of spreading beyond food prices, putting pressure on the government to tighten monetary policy. China is striding into an era where higher inflation will become a more permanent feature of its economic landscape, a shift that the government, long assumed to have zero tolerance for rising prices, is showing signs of accepting. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
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