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Date: February 23, 2012
Subject: China’s Golden Plan


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China’s Golden Plan

Karibu (Welcome) G&G Readers,

For more than 30 years, since the start of the country's "Reform Era" in 1978, China has been selling (exporting) more goods than it has imported.

That's allowed the nation to stockpile trillions of dollars – more money than our entire monetary base totaled before the recent financial crisis.

The way it works is simple to understand. When a Chinese business earns dollars by selling overseas, the law requires the company to hand those dollars over to the country's central bank, the People's Bank of China (PBOC). In return, the business gets Chinese currency (called either the "Yuan" or the "Renminbi") at a fixed rate.

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Asar Maa Ra Gray
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