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China retains IMF reserve-currency backing

Support from big economies is key for yuan to join fund's SDR basket of currencies

Paris

CHINA has retained the support of some major economies to win International Monetary Fund recognition of the yuan as a reserve currency, even as an IMF staff report assessed that it hasn't cracked the ranks of the most widely-used global counterparts.

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