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Good leadership and a conservative approach towards liberalisation will aid China’s transition
RenminbiWorld 2013 draws more than 140 senior participants from around the world with active dialogue on critical trends shaping the global economy, as seen from the internationalisation of the renminbi.

Nov 11, 2013 | Timothy Shim

The Asian Banker’s annual RenminbiWorld Conference was held from 7th to 8th November 2013 at the Park Hyatt Beijing. The two-day event connected together both international players as well as senior Chinese officials in frank and practical dialogues on the opportunities arising from their policy directions.

International dialogue participants were hand-picked from a cross-section of players and influencers from around the world, taking part in multiple panellist sessions, contributing to a holistic view of the issues and opportunities created by the transformation taking place in China today.

Speaking at the opening, Wei Jianguo, secretary general at the China Centre for International Economic Exchange and former vice minister of commerce, People’s Republic of China, spoke on China’s growing economy and the internationalisation of the renminbi.

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Categories: China, Payments, Rmb, Transaction Banking
Keywords: Wei Jianguo, RenminbiWorld 2013, Emmanuel Daniel
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