Consumer prices in China rose by 3.1 percent in September, a seven-month high, fuelled mainly by a surge in food prices.
The National Bureau of Statistics said that food prices rose 6.1 percent from a year ago due to the impact of national holidays, as well as droughts and floods in some regions.
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