China Expands Cross-Currency Swaps

China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange has announced that as of March 1, designated fx banks can begin selling renminbi cross-currency swaps to corporate clients.

  • 03 Feb 2011
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China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange has announced that as of March 1, designated fx banks can begin selling renminbi cross-currency swaps to corporate clients. Until then, banks will continue to trade the swaps among themselves, though activity has been relatively slow.

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  • 03 Feb 2011

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