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- Does an Undervalued Currency Merit Economic Growth? - Evidence from Taiwan. Ho-don Yan; Cheng-lang Yang // Panoeconomicus;Mar2012, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p37
Whether an undervalued currency is an attainable industrial policy for developing countries' sustained development has recently invoked many discussions. This paper studies the case of Taiwan after first determining the misalignment of Taiwan's currency by estimating the fundamental equilibrium...
- SARS Currency Risk Will Ease. // Emerging Markets Monitor;5/12/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p6
Reports on the on the dollar depreciation risk in Singapore, affected by the severe acute respiratory syndrome in 2003. Growth concerns in the PMI index for the manufacturing sector; Possibility of increase of capital outflows; Forecast on the strength of currency.
- Poland revalues. Bayer, Alexei // Treasury & Risk Management;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p14
Reports on the revaluation of Poland's currency, zloty.
- The Central and East European currency phenomenon reconsidered. Stolze, Frank // Eastern European Economics;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p5
Reconsiders the currency undervaluation story in Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC). Proposed alternative explanation of the currency phenomenon; Factors that influence price changes of CEEC's reform economies; Price structure differences between postsocialist economies and West...
- Mexico's peso debacle: Evidence from 1993-95. Rahman, Matiur; Foshee, Andrew; McNeil, Douglas // American Business Review;Jan1998, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p36
Explores the immediate reasons for the Mexican peso devaluation using simple statistical tools. Determination of Mexico's real exchange rate; Events which triggered capital flight; Implications of the swelling of capital account deficit.
- Ask Dr. Dollar. Miller, John // Dollars & Sense;Jan/Feb98, Issue 215, p37
Provides information on a question which relates to the currency crisis in Asia, with focus on the effect of the crisis on other Far-East markets. Indication that Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand show an increase in the market for three years before the currency debacle; Effects of the decrease...
- Devaluation and growth: The case of tourism-dependent economy. Nwanna, Gladson I. // Atlantic Economic Journal;Mar1994, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p93
Focuses on the use of devaluation as a tool for structural adjustment and as a means for stimulating economic development in the Bahamas. Impact of devaluation on the tourism-dependent economy of the Bahamas; Constraints on agriculture-based economies.
- Far out in the far east. Sarver, Eugene // World Trade;Oct97, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p80
Discusses the effects of devaluation of the Thai baht to other major Asian currencies. Reasons for the baht's depreciation; Implication of the devaluation to the United States dollar; State of the Philippine peso. INSETS: Latest developments-major currencies.;Quick quiz..
- Asian currency crisis leads to investment risk. Kielmas, Maria // Business Insurance;10/27/97, Vol. 31 Issue 43, p69
Focuses on the effects of the currency devaluations by foreign investors in Southeast Asia. Details on the foreign investors losses; Information on Zurich, Switzerland-based electrical engineering group Asea Brown Boveri Limited; Announcements by ABB in an October 21 1997 statement; Effects of...