Hot times mean hotter prices
A persistent heat wave over East and South China is killing vegetables and pushing food prices higher but will not cause dramatic inflation, economists said.
Drought takes toll on rice crop
Vegetables wither amid lingering drought in Shaoxing, East China's Zhejiang province, Aug 12, 2013.[Photo by Li Ruichang/Asianewsphoto]Eastern, central provinces most affected by weekslong heat wave.
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