Canada's Dodge on monetary policy & exchange rates

In the speech 'Monetary policy and the exchange rate in Canada' given on 2 June David Dodge of the Bank of Canada said Canada's success with a floating currency could be a good model for China to consider.

While Dodge didn't call outright for China to stop pegging its yuan to the U.S. dollar, he outlined Canada's "positive experience" in moving from a fixed exchange rate that was pegged to the U.S. greenback, to its current floating rate regime.

"We have a lot of experience that may be of use

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