March 30, 2009 / 10:56 AM / 8 years ago

TAKE-A-LOOK-China pushes for new currency reserve regime

 China's proposals to replace the globally dominant dollar
with an alternative world reserve currency mark Beijing's
growing confidence on the world economic stage as it challenges
the status quo ahead of the Group of 20 summit later this week.
 Double-click on brackets to see latest stories on China's
initiative, its currency swap deals to promote the use of yuan
in international trade and reaction to Beijing's proposals.
 TOP STORIES > China, Argentina sign 70 bln yuan currency
swap[ID:nPEK111298] > China pushes SDR as global super-currency
 [ID:nPEK184558] > Obama dismisses idea of single global
currency [ID:nN24347329] > Geithner-Dlr to be reserve currency
long time [ID:nNAT004828] > Russia: no quick decisions on
reserve currency [ID:nLR339249] > IMF head: legitimate to mull
reserve currencies [ID:nLP692869]
 ANALYSIS/BACKGROUND > Watch China swaps, not just
super-currency plan [ID:nPEK69254] > China FX swaps may be boon
to its own exporters [ID:nPEK66902] > China's new bilateral
currency swaps           [ID:nPEK66157]
 SWAP AGREEMENTS > Indonesia secures $15 bln FX swap with
China  [ID:nPEK174235] > China sets 20 bln yuan swap with
Belarus       [ID:nPEK19229] > China signs 200 bln yuan
currency swap with HK [ID:nHKU001175] > Japan, China, S.Korea
unite on financial crisis [ID:nLD146658]
       Compiled by Tomasz Janowski +65 6870 3854
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