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April 8th 2005

China prepares to float the Yuan

China is slowly moving toward revaluation of the Chinese Yuan. The currency, which is currently fixed to the USD and trades within a narrow band, may soon be allowed to fluctuate freely. China’s Central Bank recently approved 7 (foreign) banks as market makers in the new exchange rate system. The banks will be permitted to make the market in a dozen or so of the most popular currency pairs (i.e. USD/Euro, USD/Yen, etc.). Eventually, these banks will be permitted to make the market in Chinese Yuan. Economists and nation-states continue to urge China towards reforming its exchange rate regime, sooner rather than later. The Economist reports:

How much these moves will accelerate currency reform is uncertain. In a recent interview with the People’s Daily, the party mouthpiece, Zhou Xiaochuan, the central bank governor, said that the priority was to improve its exchange-rate mechanism, not simply to revalue.

Read More: China’s Yuan: Softly, softly

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