15% appreciation in the yuan would move it from 7.6 to 1 US dollar to 6.6 to 1 US dollar.
40% appreciation in the yuan would move it to 5.4 to 1 US dollar.
China had an economy of 20.94 trillion yuan at the end of 2006.
They have a projected 10.5% growth in 2007.
Therefore, if we were to adjust the currency by 40% appreciation.
China’s economy at the end of 2007 would be US$4.25 trillion.
This would not include Hong Kong or Macau, which would add another 210 billion.
China’s combined economy would be US$4.46 trillion.
Japan at the end 2006 is at US$4.367 Trillion
The projection of the IMF is for Japan to shrink to US$4.3 trillion in 2007
China’s economy would be in the range of 32-34% of the size of the US economy.
The politics and money situation within the USA is an attempt by manufacturers within the USA to get more business and profit instead of lower costs for consumers or more profits for Walmart and other importers of goods from China.
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