But for medium- to long-term investors, especially those from overseas who can benefit from the undervalued currency
, we believe there is an attractive window of opportunity to enter the market.
8 per cent inflation rate, undervalued currency
, stable banking system) combined with the launch of the Apple iPhone 6, increased demands for semiconductors/electronic components in Silicon Valley and the strongest earnings growth momentum available in the Pacific Basin outside Japan.
At the same time, an undervalued currency
made imports coming into China artificially more expensive - thus inhibiting imports and giving protection to Chinese companies potentially competing with imported goods.
that China's undervalued currency
has been a major factor in the
Thus, German exports are being indirectly subsidized and stimulated and German imports inhibited by an artificially and systematically undervalued currency
In this region, there's a lot of interest in the rupee and I think it's a very undervalued currency
Lardy pointed out that 'the surpassing of the US is not because of a substantially undervalued currency
that has led to an export boom,' pointing out that Chinese imports have grown at a faster rate than exports since 2007.
The peso, meanwhile, "is the most undervalued currency
in the region.
China's economic growth at these levels depends on three equally important factors: exports to the US, Europe and Japan; access to energy resources; and an undervalued currency
that helps competitiveness.
First is the possibility that capital controls may have the effect of vitiating or preventing external adjustment, for example when inflow controls are used to sustain an undervalued currency
Scores of senior officials are scheduled to meet in Beijing this week to discuss an important agenda, including China's artificially undervalued currency
, disputes over intellectual property and how much Beijing will do to help rein in Iran's nuclear ambitions and halt North Korea's nuclear weapons program.
In doing so, he has selected a few specific trade issues as case studies in the book, including: China-US negotiations regarding China's PNTR (Permanent Normal Trade Relations) status with the United States; China's entry into the WTO and its obligations concerning China-US trade; the China-US textile trade disputes; US export control policy toward China; and the strong debate over China's undervalued currency