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Title Debating China's exchange rate policy / Morris Goldstein, Nicholas R. Lardy, editors
Published Washington, DC : Peterson Institute for International Economics, 2008
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 388 pages) : illustrations
Contents China's exchange rate policy: an overview of some key issues -- Monetary policy independence, the currency regime, and the capital account in China -- Rebalancing China's growth -- Estimates of the equilibrium exchange rate of the renminbi: is there a consensus and if not, why not? -- The management of China's international reserves: China and a sovereign wealth fund scoreboard -- The US Congress and the Chinese renminbi -- Influence of the renminbi on exchange rate policies of other Asian currencies -- IMF surveillance over China's exchange rate policy -- Commentary
Summary Half or more of the annual gains from trade would come from the removal of industrial-country protection against developing-country exports. By removing their trade barriers, industrial countries could convey economic benefits to developing countries worth about twice the amount of their annual development assistance. By helping developing countries grow through trade, moreover, industrial countries could lower costs to consumers for imports and realize other economic efficiencies
Analysis China's exchange rate
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Currency question -- China -- Congresses.
Foreign exchange rates -- China -- Congresses.
Foreign exchange -- Government policy -- China -- Congresses.
Monetary policy -- China -- Congresses.
Form Electronic book
Author Goldstein, Morris, 1944-
Lardy, Nicholas R.
LC no. 2008006541
ISBN 0881324868
1435655370 (electronic bk.)
9781435655379 (electronic bk.)