Author: Nick Carver
Source: Risk magazine
| 22 Mar 2010
Categories: Foreign Exchange, Central Banks
Topics: China, Central Bank of China, Chinese renminbi (RMB), Special Drawing Rights, Central banks, Euro, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
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