Tag Archives: yuan

China: Rethinking the Yuan Devaluation

Understanding China’s currency move from a non-Western-centric perspective.

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Should China Deregulate Finance?

Why is it in the world’s best interest for China to go slow on deregulating its financial system?

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Coordinate Currencies, or Stagnate

What can the United States, China and other nations do to prevent a wave of competitive devaluation of currencies?

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Iran Sanctions: The Cat and Mouse Game Continues

Are U.S. sanctions against Iran strengthening the economic and financial position of its competitors, including China, India and Turkey?

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The Uncertain Future: The World in 2111 (Part II)

What shape will the global economy take over the next century?

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Rethinking U.S.-Chinese Relations

Does the United States have a China complex that might force it to take harsh steps against the Asian giant?

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Dateline China: Mr. Zhou Takes on Western Finance

Might China’s Communist Party present a better training ground for today's financial edifices than the practices prevailing in the West?

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The China Checklist (Part II)

How are U.S. companies profiting from Chinese consumers?

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The Case Against China

Does the United States have any form of actual redress in its currency dispute with China?

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China and Globalization

How has China shaped — and changed — the global economic landscape?

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