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en.ce.cn 22 Jan, 2023 03:45 am

A happy holiday feast for Chinese amid global inflation woes -- how?--China Economic Net

* While high inflation has weighed upon many countries and regions since the beginning of 2022, China's prices of food and energy have remained generally stable throughout the year and ahead of the Spring Festival, making a warm and hearty lunar new year meal possible.21 (Xinhua) -- The festive mood has been high across China during the Spring Festival, the grandest holiday for the Chinese, with more family reunions expected after a new COVID-19 response policy.This year's Spring Festival, or the Chinese Lunar New Year, falls on Jan.Among all the festival traditions, the feast on the eve of the Spring Festival, featuring a family gathering and sumptuous dishes, is one highlight occasion.

"The price of pork, ribs, and eggs dropped compared with a month ago, and that of most vegetables gained a little, a normal uptick near the Spring Festival," Luan said." The supply and prices of other food have stayed stable ahead of the Spring Festival.

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