Th e impact of yuan revaluation on the Asian region
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Th e impact of yuan revaluation on the Asian region by Glenn Hoggarth

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Published by Bank of England in London .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

StatementGlenn Hoggarth and Hui Tong.
SeriesWorking paper -- no. 329, Working paper (Bank of England : Online) -- no. 329.
ContributionsTong, Hui,, Bank of England.
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LC ClassificationsHG186.G7
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL16442743M
LC Control Number2007702770

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  The article will discuss the possible outcome of "The Yuan Revaluation" from China, US and India perspective and how China managed a fine balancing act. The Impact of Yuan Revaluation On J , China abandoned the year peg of its currency, Yuan, at RMB to the dollar.   Third, the negative impact of Yuan appreciation on the trade balance for Hong Kong (−$ million), Taiwan (−$ million), and Korea (−$ million) appear to be small as compared to that of the U.S. and the EU. This is likely due to the smaller size of their economies and the structure of the economies.   On Aug , the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) surprised markets with three consecutive devaluations of the yuan renminbi or yuan (CNY), knocking over .   Under normal circumstances, the devaluation of the yuan would have a huge, negative impact on the Brazilian economy. China is Brazil's main commercial partner, and a weaker yuan .

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