Central bank of china
Chinese renminbi looks poised for reserve status, but still no consensus on when it will happen due to forces beyond "anyone's control", senior academic tells FX Week Asia conference in Singapore
China's new guidelines for developing the gold market could result in more gold derivatives in the country.
The recent financial crisis in the west has presented China with a range of challenges as well as opportunities.
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