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High level of inflation remains a worry for Beijing

China's economy is growing far faster than that of any other major country. Its GDP grew by 10.3% last year - the fastest annual pace since the financial crisis.

But overshadowing the growth is the worry of inflation. Prices rose to push inflation up to 4.6% in December, far higher than the government's target.

Chris Hogg reports.

  • 20 Jan 2011
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