幫找一篇英文報導”Don't Bet On The Yuan
幫忙找一篇英文報導..也許是期刊.也許是報導..標題是"Don't Bet On The Yuan"...第一段是........."Rumor has it that hot money is betting on a sharp appreciation of the yuan. This anyway has been offered as an explanation for the ever greater leaps in China’s official reserve assets that can no longer be accounted for by the current-account surplus and net foreign direct investment inflows. The appearance is one of short-term capital coming in, but why would speculators be betting on a big-time revaluation? It doesn’t fit with macroeconomic fundamentals. "....這篇很長..我要全文...
很抱歉..我剛剛看了一下..這篇好像跟我要的""Don't Bet On The Yuan"...有點不一樣..開頭前幾句一樣但後面不一樣.我手邊是已經有了,.但我要的是電子檔的..你這篇好像標題是"Don't Bet on the Renminbi" 不是 ""Don't Bet On The Yuan"...再麻煩你幫我找看看..非常謝謝你~^^~..因為我找了好久都早不太到的說~~
- 匿名使用者1 0 年前最佳解答
Don't Bet on the Renminbi
by Calla Wiemer
Posted July 30, 2008
Rumor has it that hot money is betting on a sharp appreciation of the renminbi. China’s official reserve assets seem to accumulate at ever increasing rates, and recent increases are not accounted for by the trade surplus and net foreign direct investment. It appears there’s money coming in, but why would speculators be betting on a big-time revaluation? It doesn’t fit with macroeconomic fundamentals.
2008-09-26 17:35:37 補充：
The fundamentals rest with the domestic relationship between saving and investment. The difference is the trade imbalance since saving not channeled into domestic investment becomes a capital outflow and a capital outflow is financed by export revenues not spent on imports.
2008-09-26 17:36:03 補充：
In a span of just six years, China's national saving rate rose by a dramatic 12 percentage points of gross domestic product, from 38% in 2000 to 50% in 2006 (see nearby graph). From an already high level then by international norms, it went stratospheric.
2008-09-26 17:36:56 補充：
The investment rate was also high and rose in parallel until 2004. During this stretch, the saving/investment gap ran at about two and a half percent of GDP.
2008-09-26 17:37:19 補充：
Then the investment rate flattened out at around 43% while the saving rate pushed inexorably upward, and correspondingly the trade surplus soared.
2008-09-26 17:38:56 補充：
2008-09-26 19:59:41 補充：
- 6 年前
- ElisaLv 71 0 年前
This is it.
Don't Bet On The Yuan
(From THE FAR EASTERN ECONOMIC REVIEW)
By Calla Wiemer