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El rating chino

Hace dos días, Laia Gordi nos enviaba desde China -donde trabaja como periodista- la siguiente nota:

BEIJING (AP) — A little-known Chinese ratings agency has downgraded the rating of the United States from A+ to A. The move is unlikely to affect U.S. borrowing rates but reflects the pessimism Washington’s debt battle has generated worldwide.
President Barack Obama signed emergency legislation to boost the debt ceiling ahead of a deadline to avoid an unprecedented national default.
Still, China’s Dagong Global Credit Rating Co. said Wednesday that the deal doesn’t change the fact that U.S. debt growth has outpaced its economy and fiscal revenue.
Dagong is little-known outside China but hopes to compete with global ratings agencies Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s and Fitch.
Moody’s has said the U.S. will retain its highest bond rating but with a “negative” outlook.

Unido a las noticias que insisten en el posicionamiento del yuan como nueva divisa fuerte internacional, y la oferta de Beijing para coordinar a escala mundial contra la crisis de la deuda, se va perfilando la interesante paradoja de que un sistema básicamente comunista -con un papel moneda marcado por el rostro de Mao- parece ser el único clavo lo suficientemente firma para un convulso Nuevo Orden Mundial neoliberal capitaneado por unos Estados Unidos que van camino de la quiebra.

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