China's inflation rate remained at a 19-month low as May's consumer price index rose 1.8% from a year ago, according to government data. The data has fueled expectations that the central bank will seek to spur consumer spending by refraining from interest-rate hikes. Meat prices rose while prices of grain, clothing and household appliances fell.
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