Who wants to be a trillionaire?

According to this article from The Economist, published Thursday 26 October, China's foreign-exchange reserves are likely to top $1 trillion as October ends, but what to do with the money poses many problems.

"China's massive hoard is the result of its large current-account surplus, significant inward foreign direct investment, and big inflows of speculative capital over the past couple of years," the article says.

The explosion in reserves is a headache for the People's Bank of China, the

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