Posts Tagged ‘RMB’

Jim Jubak on China’s Future if the US Economy Sinks

Thursday, November 29, 2007 4:34 4 Comments

Here is an excellent clip of Jim Jubak on some macroeconomic things to consider. you may remember that I covered a piece of his on logistics last year, and like that piece, he has some things that I agree and disagree with. Currently working on a few posts to address some of the underlying issues […]

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How Much Has China Grown? Really…

Friday, November 16, 2007 10:40 Comments Off on How Much Has China Grown? Really…

Anyone who has lived in China at any point in the last 10 years will attest to the growth of China’s east coast cities. For many who watched China’s rise, one of the most amazing measures was GDP growth, and the fact that China has been able to sustain double digit growth for so many […]

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Trade jitters, anti-China sentiment rouse US voters

Thursday, November 15, 2007 21:24 Comments Off on Trade jitters, anti-China sentiment rouse US voters

I have been told by a couple of people that I might have been a little harsh on Kerri Houston in my recent post, and in my defense, I would say it is because I fear that the ongoing protectionism in the US is going to severely damage relations. I wil agree that changes to […]

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Paulson: China, Yuan Out-of-Step With markets..

Wednesday, November 14, 2007 5:20 9 Comments

In yet another attempt to put pressure on China to revalue the RMB, Secretary Paulson is out on his stump.. and I am beginning to wonder if perhaps he is off his rocker as I hardly see how rising interest rates in the U.S. (see below) is going to improve the situation in the States…. […]

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Would 6RMB/ USD Be A Good Thing?: Part 2

Friday, November 2, 2007 9:30 11 Comments

Following my first post a couple of days ago, I wanted to post some of the responses I received a couple of weeks ago when I posted this question online. It is by no means scientific, but some of the answers were really well thought out, interesting, and though provoking. To start that conversation I […]

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Would 6RMB/ USD Be A Good Thing?: Part 1

Thursday, November 1, 2007 9:23 6 Comments

Other than product safety, there have only been a few topics of discussions surrounding China’s relationship with the world that have made it longer than the discussion of the RMB. It is a topic I have covered several times in previous posts, and it is a topic that we are currently fielding votes on (that […]

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Calls For Reason, Gome Gone Nuts, Deficits are Good, and Olympic Pigs on Reserve

Saturday, October 6, 2007 8:29 Comments Off on Calls For Reason, Gome Gone Nuts, Deficits are Good, and Olympic Pigs on Reserve

Importers Defend Trade With China ,US needs ‘new vision’ for trade, and Bills Targeting China’s Trade Practices Draw Concern From Business Leaders During the last few months of product recalls, the difference between what the papers and politicians have been saying has been quite different from what we have been saying on the ground. It […]

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Trade With China: 7 Myths and Facing Protectionism

Thursday, August 2, 2007 10:03 4 Comments

In doing some research on the currency bill (post coming soon), the actors behind the movement, and the underlying issues, I cam across tow documents that are must reads: Seven Myths about U.S. – China Trade and Investment authored by the U.S. China Business Council and Facing Protectionism Generated by Trade Disputes authored by Wing […]

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