RMB


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RMB

abbreviation for
(Currencies) renminbi (yuan)
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Efforts to promote RMB are mainly concentrated outside China which includes creation of RMB-denominated bonds called Dim Sum bonds and currency swaps with different countries.
for an aggregate of RMB 181,006,980 (USD 27,344,096), the company said.
ICBC currently serves as the RMB clearing bank in seven countries (including Singapore, Luxembourg, Qatar, Canada, Thailand, Argentina and Russia), making it the worlds first commercial bank that provides 24-hour RMB clearing and trading services, a sign of new height for its RMB clearing capacity.
Although seven more countries are "crossing the RMB river" than in October 2014, these new nations are - with the exception of Spain - smaller trade partners for China, like Bolivia, Colombia, Mozambique, Namibia, Kuwait and Georgia.
In the MoU, CCB and Euronext Paris agree to develop diversified RMB financial products in Europe, including the first RMB denominated money market ETF in Eurozone already listed on Euronext Paris.
PK) has said that People's Bank of China (PBOC) has designated the bank's Chile branch as Chile's RMB clearing bank.
Utilizing the RMB and hedging in the RMB helps protect you against that potential exposure.
Answers to these questions will help us understand the behavior of the RMB in its new paradigm, with implications for other central banks' currency policies.
As part of the gradual liberalization of the capital account and the exchange rate, it is official policy to promote the greater international use of the RMB for global trade finance, investment, foreign exchange transactions and payments.
In the survey which included 11 markets in the region, the bank said the "race to develop trade links with China, readiness to do business in RMB could give some countries' exporters a vital edge over their rivals.
From the way the RMB settlement has developed in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and London, we see it happening in the Middle East with Dubai emerging a regional hub.
Other reasons for not using RMB cited by US business leaders included foreign exchange considerations such as a preference to use US dollars or to avoid currency fluctuations (40%); process concerns (28%) and concerns about regulations (26%).