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China's producer prices stall in June, fueling fears of deflation

Added 07-10-19 02:02:02am EST - “China's producer prices flat-lined in June on lower oil prices and weak global demand, fueling concerns that a slowdown in manufacturing from a bruising trade war will further drag on growth in the world's second-biggest economy.” - Cnbc.com

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