China’s consumer and producer prices logged steady growth in June, data from the National Bureau of Statistics showed Monday. Inflation remained unchanged at 1.5 percent in June. Prices were forecast to grow 1.6 percent. Food prices dropped 1.2 percent, faster than the 1.6 percent decline a month ago. Meanwhile, non-food prices rose 2.2 percent.
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