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Some Chinese state-owned banks have cut interest rates on foreign-exchange deposits as part of...

Some Chinese state-owned banks have cut interest rates on foreign-exchange deposits as part of an attempt to combat the weakening yuan. The move comes after exporters loaded up on their dollar holdings. The rate cut should theoretically make forex deposits less attractive and discourage firms from aggressively selling the yuan.
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