Background: China's consumer price index reached a new high last month. It's standing at 3.3 percent is in line with market expectations. Full story >>
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For more, we're joined by Professor Patrick Chovanec from the Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management.
1) Why were inflationary pressures stronger than in previous months?
2) Do you think CPI has peaked?
3) As the other data for retail sales, industrial output and investment point to a moderate slowdown, do you think macro policies will be adjusted or eased in the second half?