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Monday, June 14, 2010

Should China allow the Yuan to Rise?

At The Economist's Guest Network, we were asked:

Should China allow the yuan to rise? Is a stronger yuan the most important route to global rebalancing? And should addressing imbalances currently be a top global policy priority?

My response is here. There several are more here from Roach, Pettis, Bordo, Calvo, and Subramanian, and more responses may be posted later.

    Posted by on Monday, June 14, 2010 at 10:27 AM in China, Economics, International Finance | Permalink  Comments (40)


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