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As inflation rocks the west, Chinese market sees inflation

China, not the US, could be the place for investors with an interest in mining companies to watch as deflation, not inflation, starts to dampen demand in the world's biggest market for minerals and metals.

Tim Treadgold
As inflation rocks the west, Chinese market sees inflation

  In what looks like a modern-day version of Rudyard Kipling's famous warning that "East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet", the world's hemisphere's are looking in different...

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