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Yuan Policy

The plan of action for the Chinese yuan, or renminbi, has been the subject of debate over how the currency should appreciate over time. While the Chinese government has effectively pegged the yuan to the U.S. dollar since mid-2008, citing the need for stability, others have issued calls for allowing the currency to appreciate at a faster rate.

Articles About Yuan Policy

US Refrains from Branding China 'Currency Manipulator'

By IBTimes UK

US Treasury stops short of provocative label despite existence of disparities in currency values. (Nov 28, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, GDP

U.S. declines to name China currency manipulator

By Reuters

The Obama administration on Tuesday said China's currency remained "significantly undervalued" but stopped short of labeling the world's second-biggest economy a currency manipulator. (Nov 28, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, BARACK OBAMA, IMF, SOUTH KOREA, TRADE BALANCE, NEW YORK

China central bank eyes freer yuan, policy flexibility

By Reuters

China will encourage the value of its yuan currency to be set by the market and step back from intervention "in an orderly manner", while keeping policy flexible to support credit growth in the face of volatile capital flows, the central bank said on Monday. (Mar 12, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, RETAIL SALES, GDP, JAPAN, RETAIL, TRADE BALANCE

Nuance, not initiative, likely in China 2012 economic plan

By Reuters

Top Chinese leaders will likely resist pressure to declare an outright easing in monetary policy when they meet next week to decide economic priorities for 2012, the last full year of President Hu Jintao's tenure ahead of a critical leadership succession. (Dec 09, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, JAPAN, INVESTMENT

China Adds Aussie, Canadian Dollar to its Limited Forex Trading

By IBTimes AU

China has accelerated the ‘internalization’ of its controversial Yuan as Beijing decided on Monday to pit the currency against the Australian and Canadian dollars, a move seen by foreign exchange experts as the country’s gradual ploy of making the money more acceptable for international trade. (Nov 29, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, CATERPILLAR

U.S. Amps-Up Pressure on China to Let Yuan Rise

By IBTimes

Will 2012 be the year that the U.S. Congress finally gets tough with China regarding its fixed-band yuan currency? It could be, if a recent executive branch volley is any indicator. (Nov 15, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, BARACK OBAMA, UNITED KINGDOM, INVESTMENT

Boehner: Bill on China Yuan "Dangerous"

By Reuters

A U.S. bill to pressure China into letting its currency rise in value, which has drawn warnings from Beijing of a possible trade war, ran into opposition from the top Republican in Congress on Tuesday. (Oct 05, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, NANCY PELOSI, UNEMPLOYMENT, WHITE HOUSE, ELECTIONS, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

China urges action on EU and U.S. debt, to keep yuan policy

By Reuters

China is worried about challenges that the European Union faces in the next two months and urged the bloc as well as the United States to hold down government debt, its trade minister said on Friday. (Aug 12, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, FEDERAL RESERVE, EUROPEAN UNION

China urges action on EU and U.S. debt, to keep yuan policy

By Reuters

China is worried about challenges that the European Union faces in the next two months and urged the bloc as well as the United States to hold down government debt, its trade minister said on Friday. (Aug 12, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, FEDERAL RESERVE, EUROPEAN UNION

KC Chan: Yuan globalization to drive growth of China's financial market

By IBTimes HK

The internationalisation of the RMB is part of the new financial order for this region, which will provide a new impetus for the growth of China's financial market, Professor KC Chan, Hong Kong Secretary for Financial Services & the Treasury, sa... (May 22, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, GDP, INVESTMENT, SETTLEMENT