Yuan Seen Needing Bigger Depreciation for China to Reap BenefitsBy , , and
Currency must fall another 14% to spur 0.7 points of growth
Risk is that debasing the yuan can lead to capital outflows
The yuan, which has fallen 5 percent since China’s central bank devalued the currency in August, probably needs to fall an additional 14 percent if the nation’s economy is to see any real benefits.
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