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Chinese Won't Dump Dollar

In the face of numerous U.S. economic woes, the Chinese government has expressed their confidence in the strength of the dollar, dispelling speculation that they would sell off their $1.33 trillion in foreign reserves holdings. What do you think?
  • "Despite the current economic slump, America is still the best investment in the global marketplace, according to my dad."

    Paul Keller
    Photo Lab Tech
  • "Unfortunately, this was a case of mistranslation. The Chinese government likes the color of our dollar bill–not the strength."

    Sam McNulty
    Crane Operator
  • "Why, thanks for the vote of confidence, China. By the way, the yuan is still crap."

    Dawn Irving
    Ad Buyer
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