China / U.S. / U.K. Currency Stand-Off In 1930s

Very interesting comment in the todays Financial Times dealing with the China/U.S./U.K. currency stand-off in 1930s. The roles are a little bit changed but the lessons learnt are interesting in todays context.

Finacial Times article: Lessons from the 1930s for a rising renminbi.

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