by Marielena Montesino de Stuart

A Special Financial Report

China is now the world’s largest exporter and the second largest economy.  Its  currency is as stiff as chopsticks these days.  There just isn’t much flexibility– and this is cause for concern.   China’s currency remains undervalued, although since last summer there has been some increased flexibility, vis-à-vis the dollar.

To remain competitive, many in China’s messy financial neighborhood have also undervalued their currencies– a bad move which is also messing up our own neighborhood.  This has created a royal mess for the fundamental role of the exchange rate, in shifting the pattern of global supply and demand…

If the above is too much for you, here is a simpler explanation:


China’s Economy+ Communist China + Does China Own the US Economy? + Socialism + Communism + The US Dollar + The US Economy + The Yuan + The World of Politics.

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