How foreign reserves could make China yet stronger

This article says China's burgeoning foreign exchange reserves could provide an ideal remedy if the country's financial system is too fragile to sustain high growth levels in the long term. Up to $500 billion could be put into a social reconstruction fund under the central bank, it says.

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