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Asia | 8 September 2017 China Probably is Content with its Modest "Safe-haven" Role, for now
Geopolitical tensions have risen sharply for Asia in the last few months, yet the RMB has appreciated sharply. China's currency appears to be playing some kind of safe haven role.

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8 September 2017 China Probably is Content with its Modest "Safe-haven" Role, for now

By Freya Beamish

Geopolitical tensions have risen sharply for Asia in the last few months, yet the RMB has appreciated sharply. China's currency appears to be playing some kind of safe haven role.

Posted: 7th Sep 2017 in 'Asia'

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