Trends and implications in the internationalisation of the Renminbi
Trends and implications in the RMB internationalisation
China’s ambition to internationalise its currency has brought about a unique set of opportunities, challenges and implications...
China’s ambition to internationalise its currency has brought about a unique set of opportunities, challenges and implications for those investing in the country. As China continues to invest in both international and domestic frameworks to support RMB internationalisation, it is important for institutions to articulate what strategic role they want the RMB and China to play.
This article appeared in The Redback Reporter, Issue 8, March 2017
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