Inflation killed the Weimar Republic in Germany. Now China became an export lead country, as we entered a world recession.
So China exported money – it loaned money. So this strengthened the Yuan. So basically China bought everybody's inflation – hence the low inflation rates in other countries.
So inflation rates in China are about to go through the roof: and remember, and any country is 3 meals from a revolution.
And the Chinese interior has not benefited from the economic boom of the cities. The graph stops April. This is June. What aren't they telling us? Consumer prices in China rose 2.5 percent year-on-year in January of 2017, compared to a 2.1 percent rise in December while markets expected a 2.4 percent gain. It was the highest inflation rate since May 2014.