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  • Currency

    Currency Depreciation – a concern for the Indian Economy The Indian Rupee has marked a significant depreciation against the US dollar marking a new risk for Indian Economy. Till the beginning of the current financial year very few had ever expected Rupee to depreciate to so low levels. On October 21, 2011, the rupee crossed Rs. 50/$ for the first time this year touching new lows of Rs.53.72/$ on 14th December 2011. What is even more interesting to note is that when other countries are trying to

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  • Geopolitics of China

    The Geopolitics of China China is a land shaped by its history; a country that has suffered great calamities and more than anything else, has grown. China “boasts a civilization at least three thousand years old” (Hutton, 2007) and is a home for more than 1.3billion people. It covers over 5,000 kilometres of land in East Asia, and is surrounded by powerful neighbours – Vietnam, India, North Korea, Russia and more. While Northern China is subarctic, South China experiences sub-tropical climates

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  • China

    A study on China and the World Economy of Today: A look at the impact of China’s Global economic integration and Prices. Chapter one: Introduction 1.1 Introduction Since 1978, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) government has stood out in restructuring its economy from a Soviet-style centrally planned economy towards a market-oriented economy nonetheless within the political framework, provided by the Communist Party of China. This system has been called "Socialism with Chinese

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  • Currency Manipulation

    Foreign exchange is essentially about exchanging one currency for another. The foreign exchange market is global, and it is conducted through the internet, over-the-counter (OTC) through the use of electronic trading platforms, or by telephone through trading desks. Some shorten the term to “forex” or “FX”. The OTC market is also known as the “spot”, “cash”, or “off-exchange” forex market. (A spot transaction refers to an exchange of currencies at the prevailing market rate.). The spot/cash/OTC/off-exchange

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  • Brasil Currency

    stronger. This would propel imports and also capital inflow into the country due to the high interest rates. Since the government wanted to make Brazil competitive for exports, a weak currency would dissuade companies from exporting since they would earn less in revenue for every $ exported. Further with a free currency and no capital controls, the ease of investing and removing capital would make the Brazilian stock market (which as it is, is very small) more susceptible to foreign capital. b

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  • China

    Inevitable China’s inevitable rise ranks among the most important world developments of the last 100 years. Since America is still trapped in its sixth year of economic hardship, and the Chinese economy is set to surpass the U.S.’s before the end of this decade, China looms very large on the horizon. A U.S. intelligence report stated that China's economy is likely to surpass the U.S. in less than two decades while Asia will overtake North America and Europe combined in global power by 2030. Modern

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  • China Pestel

    PESTLE ANALYSIS OF CHINA Introduction Location: It is Northwest of the Tibet. The greater part of the country is mountainous. Its principal ranges are the Tien Shan, the Kunlun chain, and the Trans-Himalaya. These separating China from South and Central Asia. Mt. Everest (8,848 m), lies on the China–Nepal border, while the world's second-highest point, K2 is situated on China's border with Pakistan. Capital:- Beijing World's second-largest country by land area,and the third- or fourth-largest

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  • China

    How far can the establishment of the People’s Republic of China in 1949 be considered the key turning point in the development of China in the years 1900-2000? During the years 1900-2000 there were many turning points in China's history. We saw such things as The fall of the Qing Dynasty and imperialism February 1912, The warlord era 1915, The rise of the nationalists 1928, The formation of the PRC in 1949, The Korean and Vietnam wars 1950 and 1964, Nixon's visit in 1972 and Deng Xiaoping's

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  • 2009-Report to Congress of the Us-China E and S Review Commission

    2009 REPORT TO CONGRESS of the U.S.-CHINA ECONOMIC AND SECURITY REVIEW COMMISSION ONE HUNDRED ELEVENTH CONGRESS FIRST SESSION NOVEMBER 2009 Printed for the use of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission Available via the World Wide Web: http://www.uscc.gov dkrause on GSDDPC29 with K1 VerDate Nov 24 2008 08:23 Nov 10, 2009 Jkt 052771 PO 00000 Frm 00003 Fmt 6012 Sfmt 6602 M:\USCC\2009\52771.XXX APPS06 PsN: 52771 M:\USCC\USChina.eps Report

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  • China

    CHINA • Official name: People’s Republic of China • Capital: Beijing • Currency: Renminbi • Population: 1.35 billion • Government: Communist • Language: Mandarin HISTORY • Third largest country in the world in terms of area and population • Official Name: People’s Republic of China (Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo) • Republic was established in 1949 • The name CHINA is probably derived from the Qin (Ch’in) dynasty (206-221 BC) which first unified the nation • Chinese used

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  • Currencies

    Country Name | Currency Name | Code | Symbol | Afghanistan | Afghani | AFN | Af, Afs | Albania | Lek | ALL | Lek | Algeria | Algerian Dinar | DZD | DA | American Samoa | United States Dollar | USD | $ , ¢ | Andorra | Euro | EUR | € | Angola | Kwanza | AOA | Kz | Anguilla | East Caribbean Dollar | XCD | $ | Antigua and Barbuda | East Caribbean Dollar | XCD | $ | Argentina | Peso | ARS | $ | Armenia | Dram | AMD | | Aruba | Guilder | AWG | Afl. | Ashmore and Cartier Islands

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  • China

    Leah Schneider China: To Float or Not to Float Questions 1. What are the symptoms of an undervalued currency? Use this for the case of China in 2006. The symptoms of an undervalued currency are an increase in demand for that currency without a complementary increase in exchange rate. This is happening in China as companies locate themselves within China to take advantage of the favorable exchange rate. 2. What are the probabilities that the Chinese government will float and/or allow the fx rate

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  • Currency Convertibility

    crisis faced by India forced India to adopt economic reforms. Government restrictions can often result in a currency with a low convertibility. For example, a government with low reserves of hard foreign currency often restrict currency convertibility because the government would not be in a position to intervene in the foreign exchange market (i.e. revalue, devalue) to support their own currency if and when necessary. Convertibility is the quality that allows money or other financial instruments

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  • China's Currency Valuation

    Renminbi: ‘Our Currency, Your Problem’?”. Valuation Controls Placed Upon the Renminbi Over the past couple decades China has maintained a high level of economic growth rate of approximately 9% per year. Recently, many countries began questioning the valuation of China’s currency, the Renminbi, and China’s exchange rate policies. These other countries pointed to China’s emergence as the third largest exporter of goods and the accumulation of $1.2 trillion (US$) in foreign currency reserves. In its

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  • Currency War and It's Influence for Indonesia

    Currency War Issue Currency war becomes hot topic in several mass media lately. G-7 group even reminded, war could disrupt the currency of world economic growth. This war was carried out by countries that want to increase exports. Countries deliberately weakening its currency exchange rate so they could increase their exports. The world financial leaders including the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF), has also discussed this issue at a meeting in Washington in early October 2010

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  • Virtual Currency Will Not Replace Sovereign Currency

    Virtual currency is currency people can use to make payments in virtual environments like gaming and social networking sites. It is possible to earn it by completing tasks in the virtual environment or simply participating for a set period of time, and users can also buy it, converting real currency into virtual, usually at a very favorable exchange rate. Virtual currencies like Bitcoin, Ripple, Litecoin and others have developed rapidly these years. Compared with traditional currency, virtual currency

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  • China

    [pic] A2 Business Studies Pre-Release Research Task ‘Development in Emerging Markets: China’ Learner Name: _____________________________ Preparing for A2 Business The Unit 3 examination Strategies for success • 25% of A level • 1 hour 45 minutes exam • 80 marks • The exam is case study based and comprises one 10 mark calculation question, two 18 mark evaluation questions and one 34 mark report. The Unit 4 examination The Business

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  • Chinese Currency Game

    China is under pressure from US to devalue its currency. US believes that due to low value of Chinese Yuan, china is more competitive in exports vis-à-vis US and hence large trade deficits are leading to job losses in the US. However Chinese government claims China is a sovereign nation has the right to manage its currency and the low value of Yuan is actually helping US manage its budget deficit and by buying US treasury bills it was preventing the rise of US interest rates . Moreover many countries

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  • China and Diplomacy

    Republic of China The United States The first partner of China is undoubtedly the United States of America. However, the relations between these two countries are far from being very simple. There is no denying that China has genuinely been mesmerized by the military and economic power of the USA for a long time. And it is clear that the aim of the Chinese is to fill up this backwardness and even to surpass the American “hyper-puissance”. But in the same time, China is perfectly aware

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  • China

    China’s Renminbi: “Our Currency, Your Problem?” Problem Statement In 2006, China has undergone pressure by many countries including the United States. The U.S. believed that the renminbi (RMB), failed to appreciate eliminating job opportunities for other countries. However, China’s officials reacted by implying that China was a sovereign country with the right to choose its exchange rate policy. Pertinent Facts The exchange rate is one of the key factors that could possibly affect foreign

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  • Currency Devaluation

    Assignment Currency Devaluation Introduction Devaluation refers to a decrease in a currency's value. A currency devalues when its value declines in relation to one or more other currencies. It affects the demand for exports and imports. Currency devaluation is evaluated in terms of the foreign exchange rate. Exchange rate is the value between two currencies shows how much one currency is worth in terms of other currency. The depth and intensity of exchange rate volatility and its impact

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  • China

    beyond Mongolia to China. Polo begins his first journey at the age of 15 with his father and his uncle to Cathay. Three and a half year later, Polo reached the capital of Kublai Khan at Shang-tu. Polo was appointed the head of his administration and served at the Khan’s court as a gifted linguist. Working for the court, Polo was sent on number of special missions to China, Burma, and India. These areas have never been seen by any Europeans travelers. Polo learns about paper currency, coal and different

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  • China

    effect to East Europe. Additionally, Euro is getting lose currency value in the world, so many people wonder that EU’s sustainability. What are reasons of EU’s sustainable crisis? First, EU nation have lax fiscal management. It caused fiscal deficits. Second, Major EU countries’ a possibility of insolvency are getting increase, so economist expressed major EU countries’ problem could be effect to Whole EU. Third, EU is using a single currency, Euro. It caused PIIGS’s balance of current account deficit

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  • China's Currency

    Amid the global financial crisis, China has managed to reach the position of the world’s number one exporter. While much of the world is still struggling to come out of the crisis, their economy continues to grow. As a result, China is receiving disapproval from both the West and other developing countries in regards to how they have been able to achieve their top ranking. In addition to discontenting many of its trade allies, China’s aggressive efforts to further their exporting power are causing

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  • China

    The Transformation of China from an Emerging Economy to a Global Powerhouse James R. Barth, Gerard Caprio Jr., and Triphon Phumiwasana Abstract Throughout the past three decades of fast growth, China has undergone tremendous structural changes in its economy and financial system. This chapter examines China’s evolving financial landscape so as to assess whether it can catch up with or even drive economic growth. China has achieved remarkable growth over the past quarter of a century despite a

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  • China Market

    products import) China Investment Guidebook คู่มือการนําเข้าสิ นค้าไทยและจัดตังธุรกิ จเทรดดิ งในจี น 2 Glossary CD CEO CIF CIT CIQ CT EEIQB IIT MOFCOM PRC or China RMB SAFE SAIC SAT VAT 3C Customs Duty Chief Executive Officer Cost Insurance and Freight Corporate Income Tax China Inspection and Quarantine Consumption Tax Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau Individual Income Tax Ministry of Commerce People's Republic of China Renminbi, the statutory currency in the PRC State Administration

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  • Iron Pump a/S Into China

    1. Introduction In 1906, Mr. C.G. Arnesen established Iron Pump A/S. Six years later in 1912, Iron Pump presented their first pump, which was installed in the world’s first ocean going diesel motor vessel, M/S Selandia (Iron Pump, Company). With more than 100 years of experience, Iron Pump is today a leading manufacturer of pumps in the marine and offshore industry. Today, the pumps are supplied worldwide where almost 90 percent of the output is through Iron Pumps network of agents in more than

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  • Currency Derivative

    Online available at www.indianresearchjournals.com INDIAN CURRENCY FUTURES: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF ITS PERFORMANCE DR. DEVAJIT MAHANTA* * Vice President-Benzcom Consulting Pvt. Ltd. 3A-Oberon Appartement, 6-Lamb Road Ambari, Guwahati-781001, Assam, India ABSTRACT Since its inspection in 2008, currency derivative trade in India had experienced explosive growth, both in volumes and value over the years across all the four currencies contracts that were in operation in INRUSD, INRGBP, INREUR and

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  • Origin of Currency

    The origin of currency Conor Starling ITT-tech Thesis: Most large projects today, including Building a business, involves spending large amounts of money The Origin of Currency From food to water and shelter to accessories everything purchased today is purchased with a form of currency. In fact many large projects today, including building a business, involve spending large amounts of money. How did all this money come to be? Did it just appear from thin air? Well that’s highly

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  • Hsbc in China

    was founded in Hong Kong and Shanghai in order to finance the growing trade between China and Europe. HSBC has it’s headquarter in London and enriches an international network which comprises around 6,200 offices in 74 countries and territories (HSBC, 2013). For decades, HSBC has grown and adapted to conquer the difficulties in China’s revolution and economic crises and now becomes the largest foreign bank in China. This essay combines core module theories and empirical case study to analyze HSBC’s

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  • China and Japan

    China and Japan are geographically separated by the East China Sea, while the two countries are so close together, they are far apart when it comes to culture, values, and the economy. China and Japan have been at odds with each other since The Raping of Nanjing in 1937. “In December of 1937, the Japanese Imperial Army marched into China's capital city of Nanking and proceeded to murder 300,000 out of 600,000 civilians and soldiers in the city. The six weeks of carnage would become known as the Rape

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  • Hsbc in China

    in Hong Kong and on the China coast. The increasing and frequent trade was undertaken between Europe, India, and China, which contributes to the extension of the bank. HSBC now is one of the world’s largest banks with extensive international operations. Although the bank rapidly expanded across the globe, HSBC retained a clear focus on China market. In view of these changes of HSBC’s China strategy, it may be instructive to examine how banking environment and police of China changed over the years

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  • China Unbalanced

    9 -7 1 1 -0 1 0 REV: MARCH 6, 2012 DIEGO COMIN RICHARD H. K. VIETOR China “Unbalanced” We urgently need to transform the pattern of economic development,” pronounced Premier Wen Jiabao in March 2010. “We will work hard to put economic development on the track of endogenous growth, driven by innovation. — Premier Wen Jiabao, March 20101 Since the early 2000s, the success of China’s export-led growth strategy had been alienating major trade partners—especially Europe and the United States

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  • Currency Forward

    Currency Forward DEFINITION OF 'CURRENCY FORWARD' A binding contract in the foreign exchange market that locks in the exchange rate for the purchase or sale of a currency on a future date. A currency forward is essentially a hedging tool that does not involve any upfront payment. The other major benefit of a currency forward is that it can be tailored to a particular amount and delivery period, unlike standardized currency futures. Currency forward settlement can either be on a cash or a delivery

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  • China

    Lawrance, Alan. China Under Communism. London: Routledge, 1998. Internet resource. This text examines how Marxism took root, flourished and developed within the context of an ancient Chinese civilization. Through analysis of China's history and traditional culture, the author explores the nature of Chinese Communism and how it has diverged from the Soviet model. This book also provides insight into the changing perceptions Westerners have of the Chinese, and vice versa. Features include: assessment

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  • Currency

    [pic] CHAPTER – I GRAND PROJECT ON CURRENCY DERIVATIVES NANCY SHAH – PROJECT TRAINEE CHAPTER 2 INTRODUCTION TO CURRENCY MARKETS 2.1 BASIC FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEFINITIONS Spot: Foreign exchange spot trading is buying one currency with a different currency for immediate delivery. The standard settlement convention for Foreign Exchange Spot trades is T+2 days, i.e., two business days from the date of trade. Forward Outright: A foreign exchange forward is a contract

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  • China

    China is considered to be the word's largest exporter and importer. China has been trading with many countries such as the United States of America. China has been supplying it's customers which goods such as clothing, footwear, building materials, furniture and toys. Many Americans are against China's products because they believe America's money should be spent in America and not in other Countries. However, it is much cheaper to have certain things manufactured and produced in China and the United

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  • S Is S

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  • China

    benefits of doing this for China? What were the costs? 1. The U.S. dollar was the strongest in the global market. The benefits for China were that their yuan would stay weak, their exports would remain cheap, and their economy would thrive on production for the U.S. economy. The costs for China were that they had to exchange for U.S. dollars every month and that their exchange was the U.S. deficit. 2. Over the last decade, many foreign firms have invested in China and used their Chinese factories

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  • Chinese Currency

    Chinese currency and its devaluation Chinese money is called Renminbi (RMB) means "The People's Currency". The popular unit of RMB is yuan. 1 yuan equals 10 jiao, 1 jiao equals 10 fen. There are parts of China where the yuan is also known as Kuai and Jiao is known as mao. Chinese currency is issued in the following denominations: one, two, five, ten, twenty, fifty and one hundred yuan; one, two and fivejiao; and one, two and five fen. The current official exchange rate between U.S. dollar and

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  • China

    the first half of the 20th century, China faced political chaos. Following a revolution in 1911, which overthrew the Manchu dynasty, the new Republic failed to take hold and China continue to be exploited by foreign powers, lacking any strong central government. The Chinese Civil War was an attempt by two ideologically opposed forces – the nationalists and the communists – to see who would ultimately be able to restore order and regain central control over China. The struggle between these two forces

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  • China

    According to press reports, in early 2005, the US and Europe were being inundated with Chinese garment exports following the removal of quotas in January. In some categories, imports from China were several hundred per cent higher than in the previous year. In the US, politicians and trade unions blamed China for the loss of 380,000 jobs in the textile and garment industries since January 2001, a third of its employees. In Europe, garment and textile centres that had existed for hundreds of years

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  • China

    China’s Economy Pat Kaveekijpanukul EC 305A, Comparative Economic Systems Prof. Pamela Phillips March 16, 2016 China’s economy China is no longer command economy. Well, actually, they are not a command economy that you are thinking of. They are still socially controlling, but economically free to a certain extent. The biggest changes that they had in 1990’s are that they have released majority of sectors to enterprises. They no longer own those sectors, but they regulate them heavily. In a

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  • China Devaluation

    China, being the world’s second largest economy and the world’s most populous country is clearly very important globally. The largest market for automobiles and smartphones by sales will have ripple effects all around the world if it ever stumbles and it finally did in 2015. The market crash of 2015 is nothing but an unwinding of decades of spending by China and its people into manufacturing hubs and stocks, therefore, nothing of a surprise. The reasons for the crash and subsequent slowdowns

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  • China

    who have predicted that China was in for a tough ride over the past few years, but they mostly got ignored, or were proven wrong by events. And, to a certain extent, if you cry doom long enough you'll always get proved right, given the laws of entropy. So this is a bit 'faux' controversy... This is the introductory note taking exercise for a Pestle analysis of China, drawn on conventional internet sources such as Wikipedia, the CIA World Factbook and Nationmaster. China is the most populous country

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  • China

    CHINA February 2012 EDC ECONOMICS MARKET SPOTLIGHT: Real GDP grew 9.2% in 2011, a marked slowdown from the 10.4% pace of 2010. A sharp slowdown in real estate construction activity, as a result of past excesses, and weak demand from Europe will result in growth slowing to 8.0% in 2012, with the slowdown occurring in the first half. However, inflationary pressures are abating rapidly, giving room to ease if necessary. The key downside risk to the outlook is the impact of the real estate slowdown

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  • China

    In advance of Xi Jinping’s visit to the United States this week, U.S. policymakers will be asking themselves whether the China Glass is half empty or half full. The Sino-American relationship is already complicated, and world events aren’t making it any simpler. For example, China’s economic success has enabled the country to amass an unprecedented amount of foreign currency reserves, $1.2 trillion of which has been plowed back into U.S. Treasury bills, notes and bonds. China’s large purchases

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  • China

    CHINA: Economic Analysis TOWS of China: China Threats: • Strikes Against Multinational Companies • Allegations of Currency Manipulation • Aging population China Opportunities: • Consumption Boom in China • Instant Translation of Web Pages • Enforcement of intellectual property rights China Weaknesses: • Population • Weakness

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  • China

    1900’s, considered itself the “Middle Kingdom”, meaning the center of the world (E.W.R.G.pg 108). China, now the Peoples Republic of China, is a communist country since 1949. Along with Japan, South Korea and Taiwan, China entered the world of politics, economics and culture with force (E.W.R.G. pg 108). Though there are many similarities shared by China and its neighbors, the East Asian region’s history, has been dominated by China. This fact has made china the instigator

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  • Country Currencies

    Country | Currency | Sub Currency | Afghanistan | afghani | 100 puls | Algeria | dinar | 100 centimes | Andorra | euro | 100 cents | Argentina | austral | 100 centavos | Australia | dollar | 100 cents | Austria | euro | 100 cents | Bahamas | dollar | 100 cents | Bahrain | dinar | 1,000 fils | Barbados | dollar | 100 cents | Belgium | euro | 100 cents | Belize | dollar | 100 cents | Benin | franc | 100 centimes | Bolivia | boliviano | 100 centavos | Brazil | real | 100

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