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As China relaxes controls on its currency, the yuan is set to become more widely used. However, government control is likely to be maintained. Full convertibility may never happen, says Jim O’Neill
The renminbi appreciation society
Rise of the redback
Conference speakers discuss the changing nature of the foreign exchange market, and agree successful providers in future are likely to be those that can offer a range of niche services rather than t...
Looking both ways
Deutsche Bank claims to be the first major dealer to offer offshore renminbi on an electronic trading platform, although forex broker EBS says it already offers a hybrid broking service for the offs...
A taste for dim sum
The Chinese renminbi is on the brink of taking on an increased role in the Asia-Pacific region, probably over time replacing the use of traditionally dominant currencies such as the US dollar and the euro...
China's leading role among Asia-Pacific economies means it must end the renminbi peg to the US dollar by the second quarter of 2010 to avoid harm to other countries' export trade, according to Rodney Jones,...
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