Stronger Chinese Yuan Won't Cure Trade Gap

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Nunn School professor comments on U.S.-China Trade Gap

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"Our trade deficit problem is an American problem; it's not a Chinese problem," said Fei-ling Wang, Professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs who studies international political economics.

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"Our trade deficit problem is an American problem; it's not a Chinese problem," said Fei-ling Wang, Professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs who studies international political economics.

Global Atlanta reported Wang's comments made during a recent China Town Hall event hosted by the World Affairs Council of Atlanta. The article stated that U.S. politicians say that a stronger yuan would give Chinese consumers more buying power that they could use on U.S. goods, contributing to a "rebalancing" that will eventually free the global economy from its reliance on American consumers for growth. It's not that simple Dr. Wang said. Follow link below to read more.

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China, Economy, trade deficit
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  • Created By: Rebecca Keane
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  • Created On: Oct 26, 2010 - 10:43am
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:07pm