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CPI rises 7.9% in first half year
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"The government should continue encouraging the industrial transfer from the economically developed eastern region to the less developed central and western regions to help ease the pressure of rising production costs for labor-intensive industries," he said.

"Meanwhile, it must further the reform of energy pricing to help solve the shortage of coal, power and oil," said Zhu Hongren, deputy director of the Bureau of Economic Operations with the National Development and Reform Commission.

(Xinhua News Agency July 17, 2008)

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