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Does China really lose from RMB revaluation? Evidence from some export industries

Jan Voon, Guangzhong Li and Jimmy Ran

Applied Economics, 2006, vol. 38, issue 15, 1715-1723

Abstract: This study attempts to examine the impacts of Real Exchange Rate (RER) misalignment on China's export performance. Using the SUR methodology coupled with disaggregate panel export data, it shows that China's export sector may not necessarily lose from the Central Government's decision to revalue its RMB against the US dollar because the negative impact of the RER appreciation on Chinese exports may be diluted by the positive impacts attributing to a reduction in the RER misalignment.

Date: 2006
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