Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang keeps up the reform rhetoric at a conference, promising to...
Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang keeps up the reform rhetoric at a conference, promising to pursue market-based structural changes to make growth more stable and balanced. Christine Lagarde says reforms could enable the yuan to become a reserve currency, although she brings up that old bugbear of a flexible exchange rate.
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