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China’s rapidly aging 1.3 billion folks are all trying to make it in the modern world, and they’ll see to it that their country will have major economic and political heft in the future. So in practically no time, China has become the second largest economy in the world. OK, its credit bubble of strenuously obfuscated magnitude will require a miracle, or else the noise of hot air hissing out of it will be deafening.
One of the long-term goals of consecutive Chinese governments has been to make China number one in just about everything. Including its currency. Displacing the dollar as the world’s reserve currency would be nice, and that’s certainly on the list, but first the yuan must become the most used payment currency. How long would that take, barring the accidental annihilation of the dollar as the Fed yanks on yet another experimental lever with unknown consequences?
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