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Consumer Prices for March 2019

http://data.acmr.com.cn  2019/4/12  National Bureau of Statistics of China


In March 2019, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) went up by 2.3 percent year-on-year. The prices grew by 2.3 percent in cities and 2.3 percent in rural areas. The food prices went up by 4.1 percent, and the non-food prices increased 1.8 percent. The prices of consumer goods went up by 2.4 percent and the prices of services grew by 2.0 percent. In the first quarter, the overall consumer prices were up by 1.8 percent from the same period of the previous year.

In March, the consumer prices decreased 0.4 percent from the previous month. Of which, prices in cities decreased 0.4 percent, and 0.3 percent decrease in rural areas. The food prices went down by 0.9 percent, and the non-food prices went down by 0.2 percent. The prices of consumer goods decreased 0.1 percent, and services down by 0.8 percent..

 

I. Year-on-Year Changes of Prices of Different Categories

In March, Prices of food, tobacco and liquor went up by 3.5 percent year-on-year, affecting nearly 1.04 percentage points increase in the CPI. Of which, the prices of fresh vegetables up by 16.2 percent, affecting nearly 0.42 percentage point increase in the CPI; fresh fruits up by 7.7 percent, affecting nearly 0.14 percentage point increase in the CPI; meat, up by 4.7 percent, affecting nearly 0.20 percentage point increase in the CPI (price of pork was up by 5.1 percent, affecting nearly 0.12 percentage point increase in the CPI); poultry, up by 4.0 percent, affecting nearly 0.05 percentage point increase in the CPI; grain, up by 0.4 percent, affecting nearly 0.01 percentage point increase in the CPI; eggs down by 4.1 percent, affecting nearly 0.02 percentage point decrease in the CPI; Aquatic products¡ê?down by 3.0 percent, affecting nearly 0.06 percentage point decrease in the CPI.

 

Among the prices of other seven categories, all increased year-on-year. Of which, the price of health care, education, culture and recreation, residence, increased 2.7, 2.4 and 2.1 percent respectively; the prices of clothing, other articles and services, increased 2.0 and 1.9 percent respectively. The price of household articles and services, transportation and communication increased 1.2 and 0.1 percent respectively.

 

II. Month-on-Month Changes of Prices of Different Categories

 

In March, Prices of food, tobacco and liquor went down by 0.6 percent month-on-month, affecting nearly 0.19 percentage point decrease in the CPI. Of which, prices for eggs, down by 6.0 percent, affecting nearly 0.03 percentage point decrease in the CPI; Aquatic products¡ê?down by 3.6 percent, affecting nearly 0.07 percentage point decrease in the CPI; fresh vegetables went down by 2.6 percent, affecting nearly 0.08 percentage point decrease in the CPI; poultry, down by 1.2 percent, affecting nearly 0.02 percentage point decrease in the CPI; meat, down by 0.1 percent (price of pork was up by 1.2 percent, affecting nearly 0.03 percentage point increase in the CPI); fresh fruits went up by 0.3 percent, affecting nearly 0.01 percentage point increase in the CPI.

Among the prices of the other seven categories, three increased, four decreased month-on-month. Of which, the prices of clothing, residence, health care, increased 0.6, 0.1 and 0.1 percent respectively; both household articles and services and transportation and communication decreased 0.3 percent; the prices of education, culture and recreation, other articles and services, decreased 1.6 and 0.5 percent respectively.



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