A Strong Dollar Hurts China More Than the U.S.By and
Yuan's tether to greenback means both climb on higher rates
China suffers more than the U.S. as it depends more on trade
The biggest loser from a stronger dollar may be China, not the U.S. And that’s why some economists predict the Asian nation will loosen its currency’s link to the greenback and allow the yuan to depreciate.
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