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Chinese factories are again threatening to drag down prices around the world as the cost of their goods decline by the most since 2016.
In a fresh challenge to the ability of global central banks to revive inflation, China’s slowest growth in almost three decades and cheaper energy costs have left manufacturing prices declining since July.
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