Monday, July 23, 2007

China’s Exported Inflation May Signal Interest-Rate Pressures

China's Exported Inflation May Signal Interest-Rate Pressures

July 23 (Bloomberg) -- The rising cost of goods the U.S. imports from China may be an early warning signal that central bankers from the U.K. to India are about to pay a price for a cause they've championed: globalization.

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One thought on “China’s Exported Inflation May Signal Interest-Rate Pressures

  • I’m not sure how they’re monitoring the price of Chinese exports to the US – but if they think prices have only just started tilting upward, then they’re getting their sums wrong.

    The Americans look completely unaware of where China is going (or in denial..)

    – They ain’t seen nothing yet..!

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