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Can China Take Down the World Economy?

  • Argosy University Denver 7600 Eastman Avenue Denver, CO, 80231 United States (map)

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China’s Second Transition: Maturity and Implications for the U.S.

If you teach international trade and finance or if you’re simply interested in China, this class should be a nice fit for you. How did China transition from an economic basket case in 1970 to the economic behemoth it is today? What are the evolving challenges of its economic maturity? And how about those currency issues? Learn how simple currency exchange rates work and then explore more complex issues of balance of payments accounting and ramifications for the US balance of trade and net foreign investment position. And what does the future hold? Will the dollar continue to be the main international reserve currency? What role might the Chinese yuan play? Brush up on your international trade chops and your knowledge of China in its evolving role in the 21st century.

Earlier Event: March 7
Late Spring SME Trading Session
Later Event: April 1
April is Financial Literacy Month