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The Renminbi Center

Tracking the most authoritative commentators on the internationalisation of the Chinese Yuan

Peter G. Zhang
Categories: Transaction Banking
Keywords: Rmb
From its current position as the 20th most internationalised currency in the world, China’s Rmb will play an increased role in the international community and trade finance.
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Hong Kong plays an important role in the Rmb’s adoption Process
Date: Jun 22, 2011
Author: Peter G. Zhang
Categories: Transaction Banking
Keywords: Rmb||Hong Kong
Hong Kong has many financial institutions, experienced professionals and a well-developed market mechanism to help other financial centres transition to the Rmb.
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Former HKMA chief: “Weaponisation of finance poses substantial risk to US”
Date: Jul 31, 2020
Author: George Salvo
Categories:
Keywords: Us-china||rmb||financial Crisis||niip||hong Kong Autonomy Act||guangdong-hong Kong- Macau Greater Bay Area
Former HKMA chief Joseph Yam discusses the implications of US-China relations on Hong Kong as an international finance centre, the removal of the territory’s special status and describes the targeting of foreign individuals and entities as weaponisation of finance.
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Businesses favour increasing use of RMB amid trade tensions and pandemic
Date: Jul 07, 2020
Author: Hugh Zeng
Categories:
Keywords: Rmb||digital Currency||payment||technology||cross-border Investment||us-china Trade||belt And Road||covid-19
The use of RMB in international transactions will increase despite US-China trade frictions and on-going COVID-19 pandemic according to the latest annual survey on RMB internationalisation conducted jointly by China Construction Bank and Asian Banker Research.
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Companies to increase Renminbi trade settlement in 2019 as forex risks mount reveals latest China Construction Bank report
Date: May 24, 2019
Author: The Asian Banker
Categories:
Keywords: Renminbi Internalisation Report 2019||Renminbi||belt And Road||special Drawing Rights||imf||RMB
Over 50% of companies surveyed had increased use of Renminbi (RMB) for cross-border trade settlement in 2018 and expect to do more in 2019 says China Construction Bank in latest RMB Internationalisation Report

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    Mar 14, 2018
    Bank of China authorised to operate in Chile
    Mar 13, 2018
    China plans new ministries and merger of regulators in massive government revamp
    Feb 06, 2018
    China to stamp out cryptocurrency trading completely with ban on foreign platforms
    Jan 03, 2018
    Pakistan central bank allows yuan-based trade with China
    Jan 03, 2018
    China central bank can tell local governments to regulate bitcoin miners' power use
    Dec 09, 2017
    IMF executive board concludes financial sector stability assessment with China
    Dec 04, 2017
    China Development Bank files insolvency suit against RCom
    Dec 04, 2017
    China's banking regulator says will clean up existing micro loans
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