Los chinos quieren una nueva moneda como reserva internacional

24.03.2009 @ 14:54 \02\Tue, 24 Mar 2009 14:54:40 +0000\40 +0000 UTC

Eso podría cambiar por completo la dominación económica de USA

The comments about a new reserve currency were made by Zhou Xiaochuan, governor of the People’s Bank of China, the country’s central bank.

In a notice posted on the bank’s website, he said: “The crisis called again for creative reform of the existing international monetary system towards an international reserve currency.”

He added: “This will significantly reduce the risks of a future crisis and enhance crisis management capability.”

A reserve currency is one that is used in international trade and held by governments as part of their foreign exchange reserves.

The US dollar is currently the world’s dominant currency.

But Governor Zhou said globalisation suffers if the world relies on a single national currency as a reserve currency.

“Being the world’s third-largest economy and the largest foreign reserves holder, China should get its due place in the monetary body.”

There should be a change in the power structure, which is currently dominated by the US and Britain, he said.

Al parecer están proponiendo que haya una especie de “moneda internacional” controlada por el mata países FMI. Así mismo, los chinos demandan tener más voz y voto en el FMI a cambio de más lana (si esto se trata de business)

“If these organisations want China to play a more important role or contribute more, China needs more rights and power in these organisations,”

Vía la BBC

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