The Yuan is Valued…correctly?

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The Yuan is Valued…correctly?

For years economists have been arguing over not whether the Chinese Yuan was undervalued, but by how much. Now we’re being told the value is appropriate relative to the state of the Chinese economy.

For a review of how this conclusion was reached, see: http://qz.com/412082/chinas-yuan-is-no-longer-undervalued-says-imf/

2016-09-23T13:09:20+00:00 September 23rd, 2016|0 Comments

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