Renminbi: embracing the new norm

April 2015
Treasurer;Apr2015, p30
The article discusses the impact of the internationalisation and liberalisation of the Chinese currency renminbi on corporate treasurers. Topics include Chinese government's approach to regulatory reform, the People's Bank of China (PBOC), and use of cross-border sweeping policy in cash management such as liquidity management.


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