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Freer and easier

16 April 2012 By Wei Gu

Widening the Chinese currency’s trading band will make the central bank’s life easier, and greater volatility should deter foreign inflows. A more hands-off approach should also pacify trade partners. It’s a small but decisive step that shows deeper reform is still on the agenda.

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