The yuan is becoming more widely used in pricing and settling intra-regional trade and investment. Asian currencies' movements are likely to shift more in tandem with the yuan, leading to it becoming one of Asia's lead currencies. Singapore is now the world's second-most- important offshore yuan trading hub after Hong Kong.
Currency, China, Singapore, financial center
Asian Studies | Finance | International Economics | Macroeconomics
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CHOW, Hwee Kwan.
China's Yuan: Asia's Future Anchor Currency?. (2015). Straits Times. A20-A20. Research Collection School Of Economics.
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