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Fifth edition of Chinese GENEVA—The Chinese currency, the renminbi (RMB), is increasingly being used as the money of choice for settling payments between China and its trading and investment partners, boosting Beijing’s efforts to promote the RMB as an international reserve currency, according to a global financial industry group.

In its latest monthly “Capital Markets Monitor” report, the Institute of International Finance (IIF) said that within two years, 8 percent of China’s foreign trade has become denominated in RMB, and that in the first three months of 2012 a quarter of foreign direct investment was denominated in the Chinese currency. …

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China to export yuan to BRICS

2012-03-10 22:35:19 by -

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China is reportedly to begin extending loans in yuan to BRICS countries in another step towards internationalizing the national currency and diversifying from the US dollar.

­The Chinese Development Bank wants to sign a memorandum of understanding with the country's partners from BRICS group of developing countries on increasing yuan-denominated loans, while partners increase loans in their national currencies, The Financial Times reports, citing people familiar with the talks.

The move aims to increase trade volumes between the five nations and diversify from using the US dollar.

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