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chinese yuan after chinese exchange rate system reform
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Pages: 39-57
Year: Issue:  6
Journal: China & World Economy

Keyword:  GetLinkList(KeywordFilter('Chinese exchange rate system reform currency basket system productivity Balassa-Samuelson effect')'kw''CJFQ');
Abstract: In this paper, the actual exchange rate policy conducted by the Chinese government after the Chinese exchange rate system reform on 21 July 2005 is investigated. Also, the long-run effect is investigated, including the Balassa-Samuelson effect on the Chinese yuan. It was found that the Chinese government generated a statistically significant but small change in exchange rate policy during the sample period until 25 January 2006. It was not identified that the Chinese monetary authority is adopting the currency basket system because the change is too small in the economic sense. It is indicated that the Chinese government should take account of the productivity growth of countries composing the currency basket in order to operate a currency basket regime.
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