It is typically argued that China's food-price inflation has been mainly driven by supply-side shocks including natural disasters. This paper, however, shows that demand pressures have played a more important role from a medium-term perspective. This suggests surging food prices may call for policy reactions even if non-food-price inflation is ...Download Now
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