The dollar and the yuan are seen under spectacles as the Chinese currency may turn out to be vital in managing its capital account opening, exchange rate stability and monetary policy autonomy. Photo: Reuters The dollar and the yuan are seen under spectacles as the Chinese currency may turn out to be vital in managing its capital account opening, exchange rate stability and monetary policy autonomy. Photo: Reuters
The dollar and the yuan are seen under spectacles as the Chinese currency may turn out to be vital in managing its capital account opening, exchange rate stability and monetary policy autonomy. Photo: Reuters
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Why China’s currency is key to resolving its economic policy “trilemma”

The dollar and the yuan are seen under spectacles as the Chinese currency may turn out to be vital in managing its capital account opening, exchange rate stability and monetary policy autonomy. Photo: Reuters The dollar and the yuan are seen under spectacles as the Chinese currency may turn out to be vital in managing its capital account opening, exchange rate stability and monetary policy autonomy. Photo: Reuters
The dollar and the yuan are seen under spectacles as the Chinese currency may turn out to be vital in managing its capital account opening, exchange rate stability and monetary policy autonomy. Photo: Reuters
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Nick Edwards

Nick Edwards

Nick Edwards is a financial journalist with 25 years' experience in international real-time news, video-on-demand TV and print. Most of his career has been spent covering Asia's growing influence on the global economy, investment markets, international business and financial policymaking.