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28 December 2020 By Pete Sweeney

The threat of U.S. dollar sanctions on Chinese banks has thrown the lacklustre use of its currency for overseas trade and investment into harsh relief. A recovering economy and rallying renminbi clear the way for reformers to liberalise further, if conservatives let them.

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