Stanford Economist: China Caught in Currency Trap

June 13, 2014
Stanford economist Ronald McKinnon argues that China is caught in a currency trap because of its own savings surplus, the U.S. fiscal deficit and near-zero interest rates on dollar assets. As a result, China cannot at this time move toward a more market-driven economy with liberalized interest rates and private banking.
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