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Wider yuan trading band seen in China push for reserve status

But it will be only a symbolic move as Beijing tightens grip on exchange rate

China is pushing to include yuan in the IMF's Special Drawing Rights at a review in October. It failed to make the cut in 2010.

Hong Kong

CHINA'S quest to get the yuan recognised as a reserve currency is fuelling expectations that trading limits will be relaxed this year, a largely symbolic move as the government tightens its grip on the exchange rate.

Of 24 analysts surveyed by Bloomberg in the past two

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