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Yuan no longer a one-way bet

Financial overhauls under way are likely to redefine China's growth model and reverberate in economies beyond its borders, reports NEIL GOUGH

[HONG KONG] ONE of the surest bets on China is starting to look a bit shaky. For the past nine years, each business day at 9 in the morning, government workers in the blandly named Building No 30 in Shanghai's Pudong district have published a benchmark number that tells the world what their

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