Internationalising the currency while leveraging massively- the case of China
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Alicia Garcia Herrero ()
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After a slowdown in reform momentum during the global financial crisis, there is a clear push towards reform, especially in terms of RMB internationalisation. During the same period, though, China’s debt has doubled, reaching levels that are clearly above those of most emerging markets. This increases the risks embedded in financial reform and, in particular, capital account liberalisation. At this juncture, however, China has no option but to press for...
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