Mundell: China should have a fixed exchange rate
Nobel-prize winning US economist says China should not bow to American pressure to allow its currency to appreciate.
Nobel Laureate economist Robert Mundell says China should fix its currency against the US dollar, in a move that would contradict growing international pressure for greater exchange rate flexibility.
Mundell, a Columbia University economics professor who won the Nobel prize in 1999, says US concerns over a growing trade deficit are ômisdirectedö, and that a fixed exchange rate is a ôviable monetary policyö for China.
Speaking at Asian InvestorÆs inaugural ôAsian Investment Summitö in Hong Kong, Mundell says adopting a...
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