Attached at the Wallet: The Delicate Financial Relationship Between the U.S. and China

May 26, 2009 / By Knowledge@Wharton.com
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For a long time now, China has been investing in the U.S., and the U.S. has been buying Chinese exports. Can concern about currency manipulation and inflation borne of and then exacerbated by the recession derail that relationship?

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