China in 2005 - The Yuan Revaluation and Beyond

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Case Length : 12 Pages
Period : -
Organization : -
Pub Date : 2005
Teaching Note : Not Available
Countries : China & World Economy
Industry : -


In July 2005, China announces it is revaluing the Yuan. The long awaited move has major implications for the global economy. Economists wonder what the long-term impact of the Yuan revaluation will be.

Will the revaluation help in correcting some of the imbalances in the global economy? Or will it lead to a global slowdown?


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Introduction 1
China & the Global Economy 1
The Yuan Revaluation 3
The Global Implications 4
The Road Ahead 6
Exhibits 7


China, World Economy, Yuan Revaluation, Global implications of revalued Yuan, Geopolitical implications and Long-term implications

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