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Here's How China 'Encourages Capital Flight' from the Country

The new way China fixes the yuan exchange rate “encourages” capital flight and has led to a gradual depreciation of the currency, a former member of the central bank’s Monetary Policy Committee said on Tuesday. 426 more words


Chinese trade and Renminbi internationalization

Written by Hyoung-kyu Chey.

Since its accession to the World Trade Organization in 2001, China’s share in the world trade has risen rapidly. The country has become the world’s leading exporter, surpassing Japan in 2004, the United States in 2007, and finally Germany in 2009. 1,259 more words


How to Enjoy a Week-Long Holiday in Shanghai For Less Than $700

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When Singaporeans go to Beijing for the first time, they spend their days visiting megamonuments like the Great Wall and the Forbidden City. 790 more words

Money Matters

How to Go on a Week-Long Holiday to Beijing For Less Than $800

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Singapore’s annual haze has nothing on Beijing’s perennial smog. But if you can brave the air pollution, Beijing is an incredible treasure trove of history and culture. 800 more words

Money Matters

The Chinese Yuan Just Dropped to a 6-Year Low

China’s yuan dipped to a fresh six-year low against the dollar on Friday, crossing the 6.76 level before paring losses as strong dollar purchases by companies continued to pile pressure on the Chinese currency, traders said. 142 more words


Currency Economic Collapse Inevitable OCTOBER? | Jim Willie

Are We About to Experience A Different Sort of “October Surprise”? 
Jim Willie Returns for a Crucial Interview with Elijah Johnson:

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Economic Report

China - Coal, Steel, Water and Demographics – Which way now?

Macro Letter – No 62 – 30-09-2016

China – Coal, Steel, Water and Demographics – Which way now?

  • The price of coking coal has risen 164% this year, doubling since July…
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