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13 January 2016 By Peter Thal Larsen

The central bank has sucked renminbi out of Hong Kong, sending overnight interest rates soaring. The show of force helps stabilise the short-term exchange rate. But it delays the gradual shift to a less controlled currency, and will force officials to tighten capital controls.

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