Trade had a positive and/or negative effect on the people who were located in the regions of China and the Americas. People in the world region of China had many positives. The Americas had both positive and negative results. Some positives for China included, a good ripple effect in its economy and a lot of tributes being sent. Positives for the Americas included an expansion of knowledge, as well as discovering more from the world.
These effective strategies helped Hong Kong overcome the financial crisis. All these facts fully demonstrated that China is a responsible big country. After the Asia financial crisis, the importance of China's economy has been brought into focus; China's neighboring countries have begun to recognize the influence of the Renminbi.
In conclusion, I think that China should change its policy because it is damaging not only the U.S. economy but the economy globally. Countries such as the United States are still recovering from the economic recession we are still leaving in. It is obvious that if China let the Yuan appreciate their exports will decrease and imports will increase making their trade surplus to decrease. If this happens international countries will be grateful because by this happening means that their export will increase and employment will increase. Countries should avoid doing currency manipulation or artificially devaluing their currency because it just hurts the global economy and it promotes other countries to do the same – it hurts everyone.
In 2013, America imported over 440,433.5 million dollars’ worth of goods from China but only exported 122,016.3 million dollars. (U.S. Census Bureau Foreign Trade) If America and other countries trade so frequently with China and rely so heavily on Chinese manufacturing, production, and innovation, then the aspect of currency manipulation within China and its potential negative effects on world trade is a very significant topic of importance and reason to research the subject. Our
China devaluation will have a negative impact on Brazilian economy, as china is Brazil largest export market. Weaker Yuan for Brazil means loss in terms of trade with the Asian giant, even though these are not normal events in Brazil, as they are facing the worst economic downturn in two decades. Even though this even has a negative impact it also has a positive impact and that the Brazilian real has fallen to its lowest level in 12 years and favoring Brazilian exports abroad. Even though the Yuan has dropped by about 3%, the Brazilian real has lost 23% of its value. Even though the Brazilian economy is in crisis due to china but more to do with the overall slowdown of the Asian economy.
Although further deepening analysis of the relevant literature can be exerted here to focus on the impact of how China stabilising the exchange rate to strengthen their current account systematically makes their monetary policy more volatile to external environments. Further discussion on this issue is pivotal to express the apprehensions the Chinese government faces, as a more flexible exchange rate would avoid the damaging consequences such as the Asian financial crisis as private savings suffered (Roberts & Tyers, 2003).
China, the largest growing market in the world, currently has a policy regarding monetary regulation that allows the Yuan to “float”. This has seen the Yuan appreciate by approximately 24% over the past few years. Today, the exchange rate between the Chinese Yuan and the American Dollar is approximately 6.3 Yuan to 1 Dollar. Some argue that China should revalue the Yuan again the dollar, establishing a more fixed exchange rate. Others believe that current should allow
Finally given the slowing economy in Asia the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has reclassified the yuan. Previously the IMF considered it to be “substantially undervalued” compared to other currencies. The IMF has softened its tone toward the Chinese yuan and it is now considered “moderately undervalued”. This new designation makes it harder for the United States government to make a case against and therefore policies to target the imports based on the Chinese yuan. (Davis, 2012)
The appreciation of the RMB issue has attracted attention of various circles at home and abroad. By analyzing the current RMB exchange rate appreciation on China’s economic impact at all levels, I will mainly from the industrial structure, export structure, and enterprises to change their operational mechanism, to ease trade tensions and the effectiveness of monetary policy five-pronged approach to analysis; and my final conclusion: RMB exchange-rate appreciation generated by the final result is more positive than negative, impact is positive. In the current context of the appreciation has become a fact, china should actively take the appropriate follow-up measures to stabilize and optimize the economic environment, to minimize possible
In recent years, China’s balance of payments always keeps “double favorable balance”. In 2005, China’s national economy developed quickly and stably. The exchange rat of RMB became more flexible. The current account surplus increased obviously and the capital account surplus decreased. The foreign exchange reserve still increased quickly. In 2005, Chinese government did some fiscal policy and monetary policy. Such as decreased government expense, raise the tax rate, used managed floating system, improve the foreign exchange management, enlarged the foreign exchange market. We can conclude that china’s BOP will still keep “double favorable balance” and keep
The US and Europe felt that the RMB was undervalued for several reasons. One reason is that China’s exports had dramatically increased, growing 30% from 2004 to 2005, making China the third largest exporter in the world and accounting for