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China central bank says no foundation for sustained inflation, deflation

2020-5-11 14:25

 

BEIJING, May 10 (Xinhua) -- China's central bank said on Sunday that despite short-term price disruptions caused by the COVID-19 epidemic, there was no foundation for persistent inflation or deflation in the country.

The country's economic performance has remained generally stable, the overall supply and demand generally struck a balance, and the country does not have a foundation for sustained inflation or deflation, the People's Bank of China said in the first-quarter monetary policy report.

Expecting factors, which include the epidemic, continue to disrupt consumer prices from both the demand and supply sides in the short run. The central bank said it will closely monitor the situation.

It vowed to step up counter-cyclical adjustment to support the real economy, make the prudent monetary policy more flexible and appropriate, and continue to deepen market-oriented interest rate reform and reform on the yuan exchange rate formation system.

Consumer price index, the main gauge of China's inflation, grew 4.3 percent year on year in March, moderating from 5.2 percent in February and 5.4 percent in January as economic activities including transport and logistics gradually recovered after the effective epidemic containment in the country.

 

北京,5月10日(新华社)——周日,中国央行表示,尽管COVID-19疫情短期内扰乱了价格,但中国没有持续通货膨胀或通货紧缩的基础。


中国人民银行在第一季度货币政策报告中表示,中国经济运行总体平稳,总体供求基本平衡,没有持续通货膨胀或通货紧缩的基础。


包括疫情在内的预期因素在短期内继续从需求和供应两方面扰乱消费价格。央行表示将密切关注事态发展。


央行表示,要加大反周期调整力度,支持实体经济发展,使稳健的货币政策更加灵活适度,继续深化利率市场化改革和人民币汇率形成机制改革。


作为中国通货膨胀的主要指标,3月份消费者价格指数(cpi)同比上涨4.3%,较2月份的5.2%和1月份的5.4%有所回落,交通和物流等经济活动在有效遏制疫情后逐渐恢复。

 

来自: xinhua