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CHINA: CAPITAL OUTFLAWS REACHED USD 1 TRILLION IN 2015

by News Agency

25 January 2016

Policy makers have been burning through reserves to reduce yuan volatility as the currency lost its status as a one-way bet on appreciation amid the slowest economic growth in a quarter century and an unexpected devaluation in August

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The Gigantic growth of debt in China

by Jim Edwards

9 January 2016

Now, the Chinese economy is slowing. But China hasn’t stopped adding more debt. About five years ago, Chinese debt levels began accelerating far faster than GDP

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China and the US dollar trap

by Sebastian Mallaby

1 June 2009

Chinese authorities are searching for a way to reduce their exposure to the greenback. The surest method would be to stop buying so many U.S. Treasury bonds; but that would mean allowing the Chinese currency to rise against the dollar, which would hurt Chinese exporters when they are already suffering.

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ASIAN COUNTRIES CREATE AN INDEPENDENT USD 120 BILLON FUND TO FACE THE CRISIS

by OID-IDO

25 May 2009

The idea of the "pool" stemmed from the devastation Asian nations suffered from the 1997-98 financial crisis. But turning the idea into a real mechanism has been possible on last weeek end , in the background of the world crisis.

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CHINA WILL LEND ECUADOR USD 1 BILLION FOR ENERGY INVESTMENTS

by Stephan Kueffner

6 April 2009

China will lend Ecuador $1 billion for investments in the oil, refining and electricity industries, Economy Minister Diego Borja said.

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The US dollar questioned: China and Russia propose studies to create a new international reserve currency

by Oleg Shchedrov and Daisy Ku

4 April 2009

Russia proposed on Thursday an IMF or G20 study on creating a new international reserve currency and China reiterated support for a broader discussion of the dollar’s role that was missing at the London G20 summit.

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Latin America : Argentina and China to sign inedit $10.2 blllion currency swap deal

by News Agencies

31 March 2009

Argentina and China have tentatively agreed to swap equivalente $10.2 billion worth of their currencies to enable South America’s second-largest economy to avoid using dollars in trade between the nations, banking officials said Monday.

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China

23 November 2005

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Chine

23 octobre 2005

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 0,363 0,319 0,401 0,251 0,265 0,825 0,764 0,971 0,874 1,141 1,063 1,398 1,293 1,001 1,086 1,118 8,983 7,531 11,265 15,631 16,643 21,072 28,161 14,241 0,061 0,060 0,032 14,995 14,841 21,428 21,460 19,104 24,278 28,857 18,251

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