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According to a recent report issued by China's State Administration of Foreign Exchange, the total surplus of the nation's international balance of payments amounted to $271.
The Fed's programme "may add risks to the global economic imbalance, put pressure on emerging markets to adjust their international balance of payments and could also stir the formation of asset bubbles, all of which require our vigilance," Ma said in Beijing.
The Chinese yuan could rise or fall depending on domestic economic conditions and the country's international balance of payments, People's Bank of China Deputy Governor Hu Xiaolian said Wednesday.
Failure to reach agreement on the changes with the White House could precipitate a fiscal train wreck affecting everything from the value of municipal bonds to the international balance of payments (foreigners hold just under $1 trillion Treasury bills) to interest rates.
Funds from the IGGI are used by Indonesia primarily to undertake projects of infrastructure improvement but also to support the country's international balance of payments position.
Equilibrium in the International Balance of Payments will Change its Focus from Trade to Capital
| TOKYO, March 5 (KUNA) -- China aims to increase the volume of total exports and imports by around 10 percent year-on-year in 2012 to further improve its international balance of payments, Premier Wen Jiabao said in a government work report Monday, according to the official Xinhua News Agency.
China's sound economic strength and its favorable international balance of payments have laid a solid foundation for the continuing stability of the yuan, Dai said.