China’s substantial liberalisation of its onshore capital market has given a new lease of life to the internationalisation of the RMB. But if the RMB is to succeed as a truly global currency, China must reverse measures introduced three years ago, provide access to hedging as well as liquidity and risk-management instruments, and eventually allow its currency to float. Paolo Danese reports.
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