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  • Gaining Currency: The Rise of the Renminbi

    In Gaining Currency, leading China scholar Eswar S. Prasad describes how the renminbi (RMB) is taking the world by storm and explains its role in reshaping global finance.This book sets the recent rise of the RMB, China's currency since 1949, against a sweeping historical backdrop. China issued the world's first paper currency in the 7th century. In the 13th century, Kublai Khan issued the first-ever currency to circulate widely despite not being backed by commodities or precious metals. China also experienced some of the earliest episodes of hyperinflation currency wars. Gaining Currency reveals the interconnections linking China's growing e... [Read More]
    Gaining Currency The Rise Of The Renminbi

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    Gaining Currency The Rise Of The Renminbi

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  • Gaining Currency : The Rise of the Renminbi

    In Gaining Currency, leading China scholar Eswar S. Prasad describes how the renminbi (RMB) is taking the world by storm and explains its role in reshaping global finance. This book sets the recent rise of the RMB, China's currency since 1949, against a sweeping historical backdrop. China issued the world's first paper currency in the 7th century. In the 13th century, Kublai Khan issued the first-ever currency to circulate widely despite not being backed by commodities or precious metals. China also experienced some of the earliest episodes of hyperinflation currency wars. Gaining Currency reveals the interconnections linking China's growing economic
    Gaining Currency The Rise Of The Renminbi
    In Gaining Currency, leading China scholar Eswar S. Prasad describes how the renminbi (RMB) is taking the world by storm and explains its role in reshaping global finance. This book sets the recent rise of the RMB, China's currency since 1949, against a sweeping historical backdrop. China issued the world's first paper currency in the 7th century. In the 13th century, Kublai Khan issued the first-ever currency to circulate widely despite not being backed by commodities or precious metals. China also experienced some of the earliest episodes of hyperinflation currency wars. Gaining Currency reveals the interconnections linking China's growing economic

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  • Chinese Currency and the Global Economy: The Rise of the Renminbi - eBook

    From ancient “knife money” to the Renminbi—a fascinating history of Chinese currencyChinese Currency and the Global Economy is an all-encapsulating study of the Chinese monetary system from the historical perspective of global economy and finance.From economic infrastructure to the cultural system and from world events to the domestic scene, author Chen Yulu describes the metamorphosis of the Chinese currency and examines what is entailed in the globalization of Renminbi against the background of world economic multi-polarization.Chen Yulu is an Eisenhower senior visiting fellow and a Fulbright senior scholar. He serves concurrently as president of Renmin University of China, vice-chairman of
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  • The Renminbi Rises - eBook

    This book breaks new ground in research on the RMB's offshore market by addressing the myths, hypes and realities surrounding the rise of the Chinese Yuan. It is the first book to address the rise of the Renminbi by focusing on the structural factors behind it and drawing on the global, regional and domestic developments affecting its
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    Gaining Currency The Rise Of The Renminbi
    On September 23, the Global Economy and Development program at Brookings hosted the launch of “Gaining Currency: The Rise of the Renminbi,” featuring the book’s author, Brookings senior fellow Eswa...
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    Gaining Currency The Rise of the Renminbi

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    The RMB will not rival the dollar’s dominance

    Gaining Currency The Rise Of The Renminbi
    Eswar Prasad describes the differences between rule of law in the United States and China and how they will prevent the renminbi (RMB) from becoming a global safe haven currency and rivaling the do...
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