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China's move to raise the cost of three-month bills will probably lead to the nation's first interest-rate increase in almost three years by September, a survey of economists showed.
Premier Wen Jiabao’s government may keep the increase in borrowing costs this year to less than 1 percentage point because it wants to ensure a sustained economic rebound.