Is the China CPI the China Pork Index? PDF Print E-mail
Rabobank Press, Tuesday 8 May 2012

Utrecht, May 7 2012 - For China's decision-makers and the general population, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) is one of the most watched indicators. But how the China CPI actually works is not readily transparent. Rabobank, in her latest report "Is the CPI the China Pork Index?", admits that it is fair to state that CPI in China could confusingly stand for 'China pork price'. However, referring to the China CPI as the China Pork Index may be a hasty generalisation. Even though the pork price has a significant influence on the CPI, it does not explain the entire picture.

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