Far Eastern Economic Review: Satisfy China’s Demand for Money

June 1, 2007

Honk Kong, June 2007. As the audience at the Asia Society’s May gala dinner in Hong Kong sips their coffee, the moderator allows one more question from the audience for Nobel economics laureate Robert Mundell. A Chinese gentleman stands to ask how much longer the U.S. dollar would remain the world’s reserve currency. [Far East Economic Review]

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