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Insoluble Chinese puzzle

10 June 2008 By Martin Hutchinson

China raised bank reserve requirements five times this year its latest move caused a stock market rout. But it hasn’t touched interest rates. It fears higher real rates will attract hot money. Global liquidity tightening is the only solution to its inflation woes.

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