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Shift Balance of Centralized Banking System — Saving Democracy from Populism

Pachankis, Yang (2022): Shift Balance of Centralized Banking System — Saving Democracy from Populism. Published in: Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce , Vol. 28, No. 1 (3 March 2023)

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The article analyzes the realpolitik strategic offensive behavior of PRC’s centralized banking after joining the GATT and WTO. With the Bretton Woods and issuance of USD anchored to gold, the PRC State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration (SASAC) of the import-export control regime enabled the “double-circulation” operations of the RMB and offshore RMB, with quantitative restriction distributed to the commercial banking in private dealership in currency exchanges and banning on bona fide private dealership. The gold and oil hedging on the free market further enabled the Chinese central bank’s “monetary conduction mechanism” in issuing money according to USD for strategic offense with the currency price market. With Brexit and Trade War, PRC currently has blocked almost all international settlement channels in the controlled market in maintaining offshore RMB value evaluations. With the background of cryptocurrency and PRC’s approach in digitization of economic control, the article analyzes possible resolutions for economic justice.

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