China’s consumer price index growth for November is expected to come above 3 percent, while that for the whole year is estimated at 3.5 percent, in line with national targets, news website China.com reported Sunday, citing unnamed analysts. Earlier, Zhu Baoliang, director of economic forecast office at the State Information Center, said he expects inflation to rise during the fourth quarter. In October, CPI growth stood at 3.2 percent. The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) is due to announce the November CPI on Monday.
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