Making the Yuan More Flexible
The internationalization of the yuan requires its moderate appreciation to attract attention from the market. An excessively rapid rise of the yuan is not a good thing
Stronger Yuan Arouses Concern

The renminbi's appreciation is easy to understand against the backdrop of the quantitative easing policy introduced by the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed). But after the Fed announced it would begin a drawdown of quantitative easing in December last year, it is hard to say if a stronger yuan will bring joy or sorrow to the Chinese economy

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China's Economic 'Miracle'
Leading financial forecasters say 2014 may be a turning point in golden age of global prosperity, powered by China
Higher Yuan Hurts
A rising renminbi isn't helping China's exports
Internationalization in Process
Sound and sustainable growth of the Chinese economy will determine whether yuan goes global
Inching Toward Internationalization
The yuan is on the way to becoming a global currency, but plenty of work remains
Too Much Money?
The supply of renminbi should be determined by the demands of the economy
A More Global Yuan
Sales of RQFII products prove international demand for the renminbi is growing
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The Renminbi as a Game Changer
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