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Eswar Prasad explains why a new version of the renminbi will fail to challenge the US dollar's dominance
26th Aug 20, 1:40pm
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Eswar Prasad explains why a new version of the renminbi will fail to challenge the US dollar's dominance
Why should China bow to a US that treats it as an enemy? By treating international trade as a zero-sum game in which the US makes its own rules, the Americans have weakened the incentive for countries to engage in policy cooperation
11th Aug 19, 11:02am
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Why should China bow to a US that treats it as an enemy? By treating international trade as a zero-sum game in which the US makes its own rules, the Americans have weakened the incentive for countries to engage in policy cooperation
How China manages its currency during its economic policy shift could have important global consequences. The risk of China crash may be low, but the risk of policy accidents is substantial
9th Feb 19, 9:10am
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How China manages its currency during its economic policy shift could have important global consequences. The risk of China crash may be low, but the risk of policy accidents is substantial
Paola Subacchi thinks China has no good options if it tries to use a strategic currency devaluation in its fight against the Trump tariffs
22nd Jul 18, 9:02am
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Paola Subacchi thinks China has no good options if it tries to use a strategic currency devaluation in its fight against the Trump tariffs
The shift from a US dollar dominant world to a multipolar one where the Chinese yuan is rising could provoke considerable geopolitical turmoil. For nations seeking to mitigate their risks, gold has much to offer, says Andrew Sheng
6th Jul 18, 12:59pm
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The shift from a US dollar dominant world to a multipolar one where the Chinese yuan is rising could provoke considerable geopolitical turmoil. For nations seeking to mitigate their risks, gold has much to offer, says Andrew Sheng
Benjamin Cohen fears the US may expand its trade and investment actions against China to include action in currency markets, a path that "would be dangerous, and possibly disastrous"
12th Apr 18, 10:23am
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Benjamin Cohen fears the US may expand its trade and investment actions against China to include action in currency markets, a path that "would be dangerous, and possibly disastrous"
Siah Hwee Ang says e-commerce facilitates, but IP protection should still be a concern for the Chinese market
6th Mar 18, 9:38am
Siah Hwee Ang says e-commerce facilitates, but IP protection should still be a concern for the Chinese market
Siah Hwee Ang says despite huge growth in Foreign Direct Investment in China, the statistics on FDI into China have not grown as fast as would be expected of a country that is continually rolling out the red carpet
22nd Jan 18, 4:29pm
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Siah Hwee Ang says despite huge growth in Foreign Direct Investment in China, the statistics on FDI into China have not grown as fast as would be expected of a country that is continually rolling out the red carpet
Siah Hwee Ang says while New Zealand is on summer break China has been churning out 2018 resolutions
15th Jan 18, 2:47pm
Siah Hwee Ang says while New Zealand is on summer break China has been churning out 2018 resolutions
Siah Hwee Ang gazes into a crystal ball to see what next year has in store for China's impact on NZ, trade and globalisation
22nd Dec 17, 7:41am
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Siah Hwee Ang gazes into a crystal ball to see what next year has in store for China's impact on NZ, trade and globalisation
China's August 2015 much-needed currency reform to a market-driven exchange rate was quickly – and wrongly – reversed. Yu Yongding says things are more stable now and he wants this reform reinstituted
25th Aug 17, 9:43am
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China's August 2015 much-needed currency reform to a market-driven exchange rate was quickly – and wrongly – reversed. Yu Yongding says things are more stable now and he wants this reform reinstituted
ICBC & China Construction Bank explain how China's NZ banks operate within the US$50k restriction on Chinese citizens taking money overseas & their AML responsibilities
18th Mar 17, 8:26am
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ICBC & China Construction Bank explain how China's NZ banks operate within the US$50k restriction on Chinese citizens taking money overseas & their AML responsibilities
Siah Hwee Ang says the Renminbi still has great potential to become a major currency
3rd Oct 16, 11:17am
Siah Hwee Ang says the Renminbi still has great potential to become a major currency
Justin Yifu Lin says even if external conditions do not improve, achieving +6.5% and above annual growth is well within China’s reach
29th Mar 16, 10:17am
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Justin Yifu Lin says even if external conditions do not improve, achieving +6.5% and above annual growth is well within China’s reach
Yu Yongding argues China should pursue an expansionary fiscal policy alongside structural reform
28th Mar 16, 9:59am
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Yu Yongding argues China should pursue an expansionary fiscal policy alongside structural reform
Rob Johnson says the downward pressure on the renminbi reflects growing fear that Chinese policymakers have no coherent solutions
18th Feb 16, 5:05am
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Rob Johnson says the downward pressure on the renminbi reflects growing fear that Chinese policymakers have no coherent solutions
Zhang Jun defends China's central bank against accusations that it lacks transparency
11th Feb 16, 9:08am
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Zhang Jun defends China's central bank against accusations that it lacks transparency
Ex-pat Kiwi analyst Michael Parker looks at whether the Chinese government understands that it has lost control of the economy
3rd Feb 16, 10:29am
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Ex-pat Kiwi analyst Michael Parker looks at whether the Chinese government understands that it has lost control of the economy
Yu Yongding proposes an alternative to the PBoC's costly strategy of propping up their exchange rate
28th Jan 16, 9:47am
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Yu Yongding proposes an alternative to the PBoC's costly strategy of propping up their exchange rate
China sees its foreign currency reserves decline at a faster rate, struggles to contain capital flight
8th Jan 16, 3:13pm
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China sees its foreign currency reserves decline at a faster rate, struggles to contain capital flight
Zhang Jun examines the long-term impact of the IMF's decision to include China's currency in the SDR basket
17th Dec 15, 9:43am
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Zhang Jun examines the long-term impact of the IMF's decision to include China's currency in the SDR basket
Siah Hwee Ang says gone are the days when China was content with being a low-cost player, playing second fiddle to the developed economies
15th Sep 15, 5:02am
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Siah Hwee Ang says gone are the days when China was content with being a low-cost player, playing second fiddle to the developed economies
Treasury looks at how the devaluation of the Chinese yuan may affect New Zealand, along with the impact of Chinese share market turmoil
3rd Sep 15, 5:00am
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Treasury looks at how the devaluation of the Chinese yuan may affect New Zealand, along with the impact of Chinese share market turmoil
Siah Hwee Ang says the devaluation of China's currency could impact Chinese student & tourism numbers coming to NZ
17th Aug 15, 12:00pm
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Siah Hwee Ang says the devaluation of China's currency could impact Chinese student & tourism numbers coming to NZ
China: the Known Unknown. Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy looks at propping up the sharemarket, provincial debt, capital leakage, 'real' GDP, the labour market, dissent, Dilbert and more
24th Jul 15, 10:01am
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China: the Known Unknown. Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy looks at propping up the sharemarket, provincial debt, capital leakage, 'real' GDP, the labour market, dissent, Dilbert and more