REPEG


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REPEGReal Estate Private Equity Group (Deutsch Bank)
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These two countries plan to repeg their currencies to the euro in 2002.
Analysts had expected the central bank to take advantage of the release of its 1999 annual report and repeg the ringgit at a stronger rate.
However, there is no real long-term improvement of global imbalances if China just repegs the exchange rate at a higher level.