– November 12, 2010

“One of China’s leading credit rating agencies has downgraded United States of America government debt in response to what it sees as deliberate devaluation of the dollar by quantitative easing and other means.

If China, now the second biggest economy in the world, stops buying US government bonds this could have a very negative effect on the global recovery. The Dagong Global Credit Rating Company analysis is highly critical of American attempts to borrow their way out of debt. It criticises competitive currency devaluation and predicts a “long-term recession”.” Read more

“Leading Chinese credit rating agency downgrades USA government bonds” 
Ian Cowie 
Telegraph.co.uk, November 9, 2010. 

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