Food prices in China soar on faster zero-COVID inflation

Some supermarkets in Beijing sell out of food as the public fears lockdowns. © Kyodo IORI KAWATE, Nikkei staff writer May 12, 2022 06:46 JST | China Copy Copied BEIJING — Chinese restrictions meant to contain the coronavirus have driven up prices of vegetables and other food, the latest inflation figures show, leaving consumers with less money with which to stoke Asia’s biggest economy.…

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