China: A Nation Depreciating its Currency to Economic Prosperity

 
Economics Case Studies | Economics Case Study

ICMR HOME | Case Studies Collection

To download China: A Nation Depreciating its Currency to Economic Prosperity? case study (Case Code: ECON026) click on the button below, and select the case from the list of available cases:

Economics Case Studies | Case Study in Management, Operations, Strategies, Business Ethics, Case Studies


Economics Case Studies
Short Cases Studies
View Detailed Pricing Info
How To Order This Case
Business Case Studies
Case Studies by Area
Case Studies by Industry
Case Studies by Company

Custom Search



Please note:

This case study was compiled from published sources, and is intended to be used as a basis for class discussion. It is not intended to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of a management situation. Nor is it a primary information source.



Chat with us

Strategic Management Formulation, Implementation, & Control, 12e

Please leave your feedback

Leave Your Feedback

ICMR India ICMR India ICMR India ICMR India RSS Feed

Case Details:

Price:

Case Code : ECON033 For delivery in electronic format: Rs. 300;
For delivery through courier (within India): Rs. 300 + Rs. 25 for Shipping & Handling Charges

Themes

Exchange Rate Management/ Currency Valuation / Foreign Trade
Case Length : 14 pages
Period : 2000 - 2010
Pub. Date : 2011
Teaching Note : Not Available
Organization : --
Industry : -
Countries : China

Abstract:

The economy of China, witnessed marvelous growth since mid 1990s in its exports. Helped by growth in exports, China maintained huge positive trade balance with most of its major trade partners and vast forex reserves. China was accused, by its trade partners, of keeping its currency undervalued to maintain cost competitiveness for its products in global markets and thus increasing its exports.

By mid-2010, pressure mounted from all quarters on China to revalue its currency so that the real value of the yuan vis--vis other currencies would be depicted. Though China remained silent on the issue, economic observers opined that it would have to yield to the pressure sooner or later. They also said that revaluing the currency might not yield results in the short term.

Economics | Case Study in Management, Operations, Strategies, Business Strategy, Case Studies

Issues:

Aspects of pegging, the crawling peg, and the equilibrium exchange rate in terms of nominal and real exchange rate.

The effects of value of a currency on the respective country's export performance.

The effect of exchange rate on the balance of payment of a country.

Contents:

  Page No.
Introduction 1
Background Note 3
The Yuan Undervaluation and Implications for China 3
Conclusion 3
Exhibits 3

Keywords:

Foreign Trade, Currency Valuation, China's Currency, Exchange Rate Management, Import Export Mechanism, Currency Pegging, Trade Balance, Forex Reserves, Nominal Effective Exchange Rates, Real Effective Exchange Rates, Trade Deficit, Interest Rates and Exchange Rates, Equilibrium Exchange Rate

Introduction - Next Page>>


Custom Search





 

Economics for Managers Textbook
Textbooks Collection

Economics for Managers Workbook
ICMR books Collection

Case Studies on Generic Strategies - Vol. I

Case Studies on Generic Strategies
e-Book on Generic Strategies

Case Study Volumes Collection

 

Case Studies Links:- Case Studies, Short Case Studies, Simplified Case Studies.

Other Case Studies:- Multimedia Case Studies, Cases in Other Languages.

Business Reports Link:- Business Reports.

Books:- Textbooks, Work Books, Case Study Volumes.