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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Slideshow: How Chinese Inflation Policy Will Shape Yuan-Dollar Exchange Rate

This slide show provides details about the relationship between China's anti-inflation policy and the likely path of the yuan-dollar exchange rate over the coming months.

Keywords: China, inflation, exchange rates, yuan, real exchange rate, nominal exchange rate

1 comment:

  1. The differential between the real inflation rates will decrease as US inflation rates increase in real terms.

    Those of us working in China are looking at significant increases in export prices of manufactured goods in 2011 driven by the exchange rate and 25%+ increases in wages. This in turn will increase prices of many US consumer goods (non food) in Q2.

    For the first time in 30 years prices in Walmart, Target, etc..

    Energy costs are also rising.