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Plaza 2.0

7 Oct 2010 By Wei Gu

A rerun of the 1980s currency agreement probably wouldn’t balance China’s trade, just as the original didn’t balance Japan’s. It might create more distortions as Beijing tried to offset the shock. China can put such ideas to bed by speeding up yuan revaluation on its own terms.

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