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Asia | 10 April 2018 China's Capital Outflows Remain Modest, but will Pick up
China's FX reserves were relatively stable in March, with the minimal increase driven by currency valuation effects.

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10 April 2018 China's Capital Outflows Remain Modest, but will Pick up

By Freya Beamish

China's FX reserves were relatively stable in March, with the minimal increase driven by currency valuation effects.

Posted: 9th Apr 2018 in 'Asia'

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