The US’ monetary hegemony is itself a big impedim

20 May

The US’ monetary hegemony is itself a big impedim

ment to the reindustrialization process, which could be viewed as a sort of financial Dutch disease-the apparent causal relationsh

ip between the increase in the economic development of a specific sector and a decline in other sectors. The more

heated the US stock market gets, the more serious the Dutch disease will become. And, ironically, the US leader is k

een on strengthening the stock market to showcase his political and economic track record.

Besides, the US administration cannot launch large-scale infrastructure construction projects, significantly red

uce the trade deficit with China and deny Chinese investors access to its market all at the same time.

The US’ trade deficit stems from its extremely low national saving

s rate and has to be compensated by other countries’ national savings, which in turn

adds to the trade deficit. On the other hand, China’s efficiency in the manufacturing industry mak