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Yuan inclusion: outcome expected, question is why

Following Monday's meeting, IMF is likely to give more details on how it arrived at the conclusion

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The yuan constituted 1.1 per cent of official reserves, compared with 63.7 per cent for the US dollar. The yuan also ranked outside the top five in terms of debt securities and currency trading, according to the IMF's July report.

Washington

INTERNATIONAL Monetary Fund (IMF) managing director Christine Lagarde and some two dozen officials on the fund's executive board will gather on Monday at headquarters in Washington for one of the most-anticipated decisions outside of actually approving loans for nations in

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