Yen, the Yuan, and the Asian Currency Crisis: Changing Fortune between Japan and China, The

Working Papers

Published By

Shorenstein APARC, page(s): 28

December 1998

fsi logo vertical rgb

The currency crisis that started in Thailand in the summer of 1997 was followed by repercussions on the currencies of neighboring countries, culminating in a crisis infecting most countries in East Asia. Japan and China, which have developed strong ties with the rest of Asia through trade and investment, have not been exempted from this contagion. This paper looks at the latest currency crisis in Asia from the perspectives of these two regional giants.

Publication Materials
complete Download pdf

Share This Publication