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f682aff184 At the same time it would stop diverting Chinese savings into US treasuries and put it into real domestic investment. dollar, said Xu Xiaonian, an economist at the China Europe International Business School. There would be some enforcement problems, how would you prevent goods that received an export subsidy from being diverted from china to say, . What would happen? What does the Fed do with the stuff? Ship it to China? The Chinese would presumably say, okay, we'll buy it back off you for dollars. Still It beats transferring large sums of currency in containers.
Full convertibility of the renminbi is not an unalloyed benefit for China, because it would be harder, although not impossible, for Chinas central bank to continue controlling the currencys value in terms of the dollar. Posted by: Andrew F October 23, 2009 at 05:14 PM 4:59 Use a different handle, sport. China will internationalize the Yuan eventually at their chosen pace (chosen pace like with everything else) - it's the key to it's global ascendance, and its the key to eventually resolving global imbalances, which will happen over the very long term, and will happen only because China will eventually internationalize the Yuan. All of which can contribute to volatility as a result of "flows" from hedgers and speculators alike. The U.S. DB's shares have ripped higher. I put them in the same room and let them fight it out." Assuming they humidify and de-humidify at the same speed, then eventually, as Nick says, both money supplies would increase until some target is reached.