Facing A Few Challenges
- What if...The World Dollarized? // Global Finance;Jan2000, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p26
Explores the possibility of the dollarization of emerging markets in the global economy. Benefits of the dollarization; Implication of dollarization to the macroeconomic structure of a country; Ability to react to external events.
- GLOBAL TRADE IN FLUX. Szakonyi, Mark // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);1/30/2012, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p19
The article discusses that World Bank 2012 forecasts indicate a deceleration in world trade growth due to world economic growth being restrained by the European debt crisis and a slackening of production in the developing countries. A reported U.S. recovery, evidenced by improving industrial...
- OUTLOOK 2004. // Across the Board;Jan/Feb2004, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p34
Provides information on international market and global economic forecasts for 2004.
- Don't panic about global economy. Preece, Howard // Finweek;2/7/2008, p59
The author analyzes the condition of the global economy. He contends that the claim of many economists that the world economy will be facing a problem in the future has no significant basis. He emphasizes that there is still a great chance for the economy to improve which is evident on the...
- INTERNATIONAL. Wentz, Laurel; Madden, Normandy // Advertising Age;7/8/2002, Vol. 73 Issue 27, p6
Discusses the outlook for the global advertising market for the second half of 2002. Expectation of double-digit growth for a few economies, such as South Korea and China; Prediction that the global market will remain flat; Projections for Europe; Why Germany, Europe's largest advertising...
- Internationalization of the RMB and Historical Precedents. Frankel, Jeffrey // Journal of Economic Integration;Sep2012, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p329
No abstract available.
- Paying the dragon - efficiently. Street, Stephen // FinanceAsia;Dec2009/Jan2010 Japan:, p10
The article offers author's views on the role of renminbi (RMB), Chinese monetary unit, in doing business in Japan. According to the author, the international trade is done in the U.S., however renminbis may be considered internationally to use as a means of payment in the future. The author...
- Chinese gov't revalues Yuan. // Chemical Market Reporter;7/25/2005, Vol. 268 Issue 3, p6
This article reports that in a long-awaited move, the Chinese government has ended its peg to the U.S. dollar and revalued its currency, the renminbi yuan, upward by 2 percent from 8.277 yuan to the dollar to 8.11 yuan. The impact on the chemical industry is expected to be minimal, although the...
- Benefits of strong dollar come at a cost. Hall, Terry // Chartered Accountants Journal;Nov2005, Vol. 84 Issue 10, p43
The article focuses on the impact of over valued New Zealand (NZ) dollar on the economy. NZ dollar is drastically over-valued, and that its strength is causing considerable damage to the economy. Warning signs in the economy have led many to believe it is likely to fall heavily soon. External...