Renminbi liberalisation opens doors to investment

Behind China’s great currency wall

Renminbi - China's currency

The liberalisation of China's currency, the renminbi1 (RMB), has allowed more foreign institutional investment in what had previously been a difficult market to penetrate. Added to this, new rules put in place last year have enabled energy and commodities market players, particularly domestic entities, to enhance risk management capabilities.

"In China, there are a few factors we are following very closely – domestically driven physical contracts and the growth of energy and commodities futures

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