Pettis on China

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Michael Pettis, professor of finance at Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management and author of the China Financial Markets blog, has just been interviewed by the Geoff Dyer, FT’s Beijing Bureau Chief on a number of China-related issues. The three-part interview is not only topical, but also excellent viewing material.

Part 1:

Pettis discusses where China may diversify its foreign exchange reserves and whether the renminbi will become the global reserve currency.

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Part 2:

Pettis discusses the lessons other countries can learn from China’s growth model and its handling of the financial crisis.

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Part 3:

Pettis discusses the pros and cons of the “Asian development model” and the future of US-China trade relations.

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Source: Geoff Dyer, Financial Times, September 21, 2009.

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