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China's wealthiest village
Huaxi in Jiangsu province is a prime example of the country's economic success.
Last Modified: 11 Dec 2010 14:34 GMT


China's inflation rate has risen 5.1 per cent in November compared with a year ago, which is the country's fastest pace in the last 28 months.

The hike in consumer prices is yet another indication of the world's second largest economy's unrelenting growth.

Florence Looi reports on how Huaxi, China's wealthiest village, is a prime example of China's rising success.

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