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Lessons from Singapore

14 April 2010 By Wei Gu

Singapore has revalued its currency to control inflation. This approach is not open to China, which has a bigger economy and a more undervalued exchange rate. Nevertheless, Beijing can learn from Singapore’s model, which offers a better balance between stability and flexibility.

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