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Gains from yuan inclusion in SDR not so clear-cut

It all depends on how quickly China opens its markets, say banks
Saturday, November 14, 2015 - 05:50

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China will buy more Malaysian government bonds and give the country a 50 billion yuan (S$11.1 billion) quota to invest in Chinese stocks and bonds as it looks to strengthen ties with Southeast Asia.

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THE yuan's coronation as the International Monetary Fund's fifth designated reserve currency will be either worth more than US$1 trillion in fund inflows or little more than symbolic, depending on how quickly China opens its markets.

The IMF will need to conclude that the

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