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MARKETS-CHINA/YUAN
RTR47H0G
September 24, 2014
An employee of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd (ICBC) counts money at one of the bank's...
Shanghai, China
Employee of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd counts money at one of bank's branches at...
An employee of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd (ICBC) counts money at one of the bank's branches at the Shanghai Free Trade Zone in Pudong district, in Shanghai September 24, 2014. China's sudden deployment of its Standing Liquidity Facility (SLF) last week to inject targetted stimulus funds into its biggest banks to boost the slowing economy could also signal an impending period of currency weakness. REUTERS/Carlos Barria REUTERS (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTR3JDFG
March 31, 2014
Deputy Governor of the People's Bank of China Hu Xiaolian (2nd L) and Deputy Governor of the Bank of...
London, United Kingdom
Deputy Governor of the People's Bank of China Hu Xiaolian and Deputy Governor of the Bank of England...
Deputy Governor of the People's Bank of China Hu Xiaolian (2nd L) and Deputy Governor of the Bank of England John Cunliffe (2nd R) exchange a signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Renminbi (RMB) clearing and settlement in London March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTR3JDBT
March 31, 2014
Deputy Governor of the People's Bank of China Hu Xiaolian (C) is assisted by an official from the Chinese...
London, United Kingdom
Deputy Governor of the People's Bank of China Hu Xiaolian is assisted as Deputy Governor of the Bank...
Deputy Governor of the People's Bank of China Hu Xiaolian (C) is assisted by an official from the Chinese delegation as Deputy Governor of the Bank of England John Cunliffe signs a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Renminbi (RMB) clearing and settlement in London March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTR3JDB8
March 31, 2014
Deputy Governor of the People's Bank of China Hu Xiaolian and Deputy Governor of the Bank of England...
London, United Kingdom
Deputy Governor of the People's Bank of China Hu Xiaolian and Deputy Governor of the Bank of England...
Deputy Governor of the People's Bank of China Hu Xiaolian and Deputy Governor of the Bank of England John Cunliffe pose for a picture after signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Renminbi (RMB) clearing and settlement in London March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTR3JDB3
March 31, 2014
Deputy Governor of the People's Bank of China Hu Xiaolian (L) and Deputy Governor of the Bank of England...
London, United Kingdom
Deputy Governor of the People's Bank of China Hu Xiaolian and Deputy Governor of the Bank of England...
Deputy Governor of the People's Bank of China Hu Xiaolian (L) and Deputy Governor of the Bank of England John Cunliffe pose for a picture whilst signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Renminbi (RMB) clearing and settlement in London March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/CPI
RTX18S8O
February 14, 2014
Chinese banknotes are seen at a vendor's cash box at a market in Beijing February 14, 2014. China's consumer...
Beijing, China
Chinese banknotes are seen at a vendor's cash box at a market in Beijing
Chinese banknotes are seen at a vendor's cash box at a market in Beijing February 14, 2014. China's consumer inflation remained at a seven-month low in January while factory gate prices fell for a 23rd consecutive month, broadly in line with market expectations and with other recent data showing economic weakness, and indicating no change in the central bank's policy stance.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/POLICY
RTX1521D
November 06, 2013
100 Yuan notes are seen in this illustration picture in Beijing November 5, 2013. China's central bank...
Beijing, China
100 Yuan notes are seen in this illustration picture in Beijing
100 Yuan notes are seen in this illustration picture in Beijing November 5, 2013. China's central bank said on Tuesday that it will maintain its prudent policy-setting with timely fine-tuning to keep the economy on an even keel while warding off inflationary risks. Picture taken November 5, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA-YUAN/SETTLEMENT
RTX11JFZ
July 11, 2013
Chinese 100 yuan banknotes are seen in this picture illustration taken in Beijing July 11, 2013. China's...
Beijing, China
Picture illustration taken in Beijing shows Chinese 100 yuan banknotes
Chinese 100 yuan banknotes are seen in this picture illustration taken in Beijing July 11, 2013. China's central bank has standardised rules on cross-border yuan transactions for domestic banks and companies, the latest step to boost the yuan's global influence. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KOREA-NORTH/MONEY
RTX109LT
June 02, 2013
Men sit on a roof near the North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River from the Chinese town of...
Hyesan, North Korea
Men sit on a roof near the North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River from the Chinese town of...
Men sit on a roof near the North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River from the Chinese town of Changbai May 12, 2013. Chinese currency and U.S. dollars are being used more widely than ever in North Korea instead of the country's own money. The use of dollars and Chinese yuan, or renminbi, has accelerated since a revaluation of the North Korean won in 2009 wiped out the savings of millions of people, said experts on the country, defectors and Chinese border traders. Picture taken May 12, 2013. To match Insight KOREA-NORTH/MONEY REUTERS/John Ruwitch (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KOREA-NORTH/MONEY
RTX109LS
June 02, 2013
People walk on a bridge at the North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River from the Chinese town...
Hyesan, North Korea
People walk on a bridge at the North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River from the Chinese town...
People walk on a bridge at the North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River from the Chinese town of Changbai May 12, 2013. Chinese currency and U.S. dollars are being used more widely than ever in North Korea instead of the country's own money. The use of dollars and Chinese yuan, or renminbi, has accelerated since a revaluation of the North Korean won in 2009 wiped out the savings of millions of people, said experts on the country, defectors and Chinese border traders. Picture taken May 12, 2013. To match Insight KOREA-NORTH/MONEY REUTERS/John Ruwitch (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
KOREA-NORTH/MONEY
RTX109LR
June 02, 2013
Children play on the banks of a river near the North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River from...
Hyesan, North Korea
Children play on the banks of a river near the North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River from...
Children play on the banks of a river near the North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River from the Chinese town of Changbai May 12, 2013. Chinese currency and U.S. dollars are being used more widely than ever in North Korea instead of the country's own money. The use of dollars and Chinese yuan, or renminbi, has accelerated since a revaluation of the North Korean won in 2009 wiped out the savings of millions of people, said experts on the country, defectors and Chinese border traders. Picture taken May 12, 2013. To match Insight KOREA-NORTH/MONEY REUTERS/John Ruwitch (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/MONEY
RTX109LQ
June 02, 2013
People wash clothes on the banks of a river near the North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River...
Hyesan, North Korea
People wash clothes on the banks of a river near the North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River...
People wash clothes on the banks of a river near the North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River from the Chinese town of Changbai May 12, 2013. Chinese currency and U.S. dollars are being used more widely than ever in North Korea instead of the country's own money. The use of dollars and Chinese yuan, or renminbi, has accelerated since a revaluation of the North Korean won in 2009 wiped out the savings of millions of people, said experts on the country, defectors and Chinese border traders. Picture taken May 12, 2013. To match Insight KOREA-NORTH/MONEY REUTERS/John Ruwitch (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
KOREA-NORTH/MONEY
RTX109LO
June 02, 2013
The North Korean city of Hyesan (top), is seen across the Yalu River from the Chinese town of Changbai...
Hyesan, North Korea
General view shows the North Korean city of Hyesan across the Yalu River from the Chinese town of Changbai...
The North Korean city of Hyesan (top), is seen across the Yalu River from the Chinese town of Changbai in this general view taken May 12, 2013. Chinese currency and U.S. dollars are being used more widely than ever in North Korea instead of the country's own money. The use of dollars and Chinese yuan, or renminbi, has accelerated since a revaluation of the North Korean won in 2009 wiped out the savings of millions of people, said experts on the country, defectors and Chinese border traders. Picture taken May 12, 2013. To match Insight KOREA-NORTH/MONEY REUTERS/John Ruwitch (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
KOREA-NORTH/MONEY
RTX109LN
June 02, 2013
A North Korean iron ore mine (L) is seen near the North Korean town of Musan, in this general view taken...
MUSAN, China
General view of North Korean iron ore mine near the North Korean town of Musan
A North Korean iron ore mine (L) is seen near the North Korean town of Musan, in this general view taken May 11, 2013. Chinese currency and U.S. dollars are being used more widely than ever in North Korea instead of the country's own money. The use of dollars and Chinese yuan, or renminbi, has accelerated since a revaluation of the North Korean won in 2009 wiped out the savings of millions of people, said experts on the country, defectors and Chinese border traders. Picture taken May 11, 2013. To match Insight KOREA-NORTH/MONEY REUTERS/John Ruwitch (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
KOREA-NORTH/MONEY
RTX109LM
June 02, 2013
The North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River from the Chinese town of Changbai is seen in this...
Hyesan, North Korea
General view shows the North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River from the Chinese town of Changbai...
The North Korean city of Hyesan, across the Yalu River from the Chinese town of Changbai is seen in this general view taken May 12, 2013. Chinese currency and U.S. dollars are being used more widely than ever in North Korea instead of the country's own money. The use of dollars and Chinese yuan, or renminbi, has accelerated since a revaluation of the North Korean won in 2009 wiped out the savings of millions of people, said experts on the country, defectors and Chinese border traders. The characters read, "Absolutely and resolutely implement the teachings of the Great Leader Comrade Kim Jong-il!". Picture taken May 12, 2013. To match Insight KOREA-NORTH/MONEY REUTERS/John Ruwitch (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
KOREA-NORTH/MONEY
RTX109LL
June 02, 2013
North Korean leader Kim Il-sung is seen on this 5000 North Korea won banknote in this photo illustration...
Shanghai, China
Photo illustration taken in Shanghai shows North Korean leader Kim Il-sung on a 5000 North Korea won...
North Korean leader Kim Il-sung is seen on this 5000 North Korea won banknote in this photo illustration taken in Shanghai May 23, 2013. Chinese currency and U.S. dollars are being used more widely than ever in North Korea instead of the country's own money. The use of dollars and Chinese yuan, or renminbi, has accelerated since a revaluation of the North Korean won in 2009 wiped out the savings of millions of people, said experts on the country, defectors and Chinese border traders. The black market exchange rate for this 5000 North Korean won banknote is equivalent to $0.65, while the official North Korean exchange rate stands at more than $65. To match Insight KOREA-NORTH/MONEY REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
KOREA-NORTH/MONEY
RTX109LK
June 02, 2013
People walk along a street in the North Korean city of Musan May 11, 2013. Chinese currency and U.S....
MUSAN, North Korea
People walk along a street in the North Korean city of Musan
People walk along a street in the North Korean city of Musan May 11, 2013. Chinese currency and U.S. dollars are being used more widely than ever in North Korea instead of the country's own money. The use of dollars and Chinese yuan, or renminbi, has accelerated since a revaluation of the North Korean won in 2009 wiped out the savings of millions of people, said experts on the country, defectors and Chinese border traders. Picture taken May 11, 2013. To match Insight KOREA-NORTH/MONEY REUTERS/John Ruwitch (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
KOREA-NORTH/MONEY
RTX109LG
June 02, 2013
A North Korean iron ore mine, near the North Korean town of Musan is seen in this general view taken...
MUSAN, North Korea
General view of North Korean iron ore mine, near the North Korean town of Musan
A North Korean iron ore mine, near the North Korean town of Musan is seen in this general view taken May 11, 2013. Chinese currency and U.S. dollars are being used more widely than ever in North Korea instead of the country's own money. The use of dollars and Chinese yuan, or renminbi, has accelerated since a revaluation of the North Korean won in 2009 wiped out the savings of millions of people, said experts on the country, defectors and Chinese border traders. Picture taken May 11, 2013. To match Insight KOREA-NORTH/MONEY REUTERS/John Ruwitch (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
KOREA-NORTH/MONEY
RTX109LF
June 02, 2013
North Korean leader Kim Il-sung is seen on this 5000 North Korea won banknote in this photo illustration...
Shanghai, China
Photo illustration taken in Shanghai shows North Korean leader Kim Il-sung on a 5000 North Korea won...
North Korean leader Kim Il-sung is seen on this 5000 North Korea won banknote in this photo illustration taken in Shanghai May 23, 2013. Chinese currency and U.S. dollars are being used more widely than ever in North Korea instead of the country's own money. The use of dollars and Chinese yuan, or renminbi, has accelerated since a revaluation of the North Korean won in 2009 wiped out the savings of millions of people, said experts on the country, defectors and Chinese border traders. The black market exchange rate for this 5000 North Korean won banknote is equivalent to $0.65, while the official North Korean exchange rate stands at more than $65. To match Insight KOREA-NORTH/MONEY REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/MONEY
RTXYH2U
April 11, 2013
One Chinese yuan coins are seen in this photo illustration taken in Shanghai April 7, 2013. Chinese banks...
Shanghai, China
One Chinese yuan coins are seen in this photo illustration taken in Shanghai
One Chinese yuan coins are seen in this photo illustration taken in Shanghai April 7, 2013. Chinese banks made 1.06 trillion yuan ($171.2 billion) of new local currency loans in March, central bank data showed on Thursday, well above market expectations and adding to evidence of an economic recovery being fuelled by ample credit. Picture taken April 7, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/FOREX
RTXYG1O
April 10, 2013
Chinese Yuan bank notes are seen in a vendor's cash sack at a market in Beijing April 10, 2013. China's...
Beijing, China
Chinese Yuan bank notes are seen in a vendor's cash sack at a market in Beijing
Chinese Yuan bank notes are seen in a vendor's cash sack at a market in Beijing April 10, 2013. China's central bank and commercial banks bought 295.4 billion yuan ($47.63 billion) worth of foreign exchange on a net basis in February, according to a Reuters calculation based on central bank data released on Wednesday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-RQFII/
RTR3CFDV
January 14, 2013
A participant stands in front of a backdrop during the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong January 14,...
Hong Kong, China
Participant stands in front of backdrop during Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong
A participant stands in front of a backdrop during the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong January 14, 2013. China can increase 10 times the current level of investment quotas for Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investment (RQFII) and QFII, Guo Shuqing, chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), said on Monday at the Asia Financial Forum in Hong Kong. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA-RQFII/
RTR3CFCG
January 14, 2013
China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) Chairman Guo Shuqing (R) listens to Hong Kong Secretary...
Hong Kong, China
China Securities Regulatory Commission Chairman Guo listens to Hong Kong Secretary for Financial Services...
China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) Chairman Guo Shuqing (R) listens to Hong Kong Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury K.C. Chan during the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong January 14, 2013. China can increase 10 times the current level of investment quotas for Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investment (RQFII) and QFII, Guo said on Monday at the forum. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
CHINA-RQFII/
RTR3CFBX
January 14, 2013
A forum staff stands in front of an enlarged printout of a Renminbi banknote at the Asian Financial Forum...
Hong Kong, China
A forum staff stands in front of an enlarged printout of a Renminbi banknote at the Asian Financial Forum...
A forum staff stands in front of an enlarged printout of a Renminbi banknote at the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong January 14, 2013. China can increase 10 times the current level of investment quotas for Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investment (RQFII) and QFII, Guo Shuqing, chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), said on Monday at the Asia Financial Forum in Hong Kong. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
CHINA-RQFII/
RTR3CFBJ
January 14, 2013
An enlarged printout of a Renminbi banknote is displayed at the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong January...
Hong Kong, China
An enlarged printout of a Renminbi banknote is displayed at the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong
An enlarged printout of a Renminbi banknote is displayed at the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong January 14, 2013. China can increase 10 times the current level of investment quotas for Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investment (RQFII) and QFII, Guo Shuqing, chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), said on Monday at the Asia Financial Forum in Hong Kong. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
CHINA-RQFII/
RTR3CFBH
January 14, 2013
China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) Chairman Guo Shuqing addresses the Asian Financial Forum...
Hong Kong, China
CSRC Chairman Guo addresses the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong
China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) Chairman Guo Shuqing addresses the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong January 14, 2013. China can increase 10 times the current level of investment quotas for Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investment (RQFII) and QFII, Guo said on Monday at the forum. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
APPLE-IPHONE/
RTR387TZ
September 21, 2012
A customer (R) who just bought an iPhone 5 from an Apple store resells the newly released smartphone,...
Hong Kong, China
iPhone 5 customer resells it right after leaving an Apple Store in Hong Kong
A customer (R) who just bought an iPhone 5 from an Apple store resells the newly released smartphone, to another man who is expected to ship it as parallel goods into mainland China, for at least HK$1,200 ($150) more than the original price, right after the customer left the store in Hong Kong September 21, 2012. Apple Inc's iPhone 5 hit stores around the globe on Friday, with fans snapping up the device that is expected to fuel a huge holiday quarter for the consumer giant. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HSBC-EARNINGS/
RTR35MIT
July 30, 2012
A man rides an escalator showing part of an advertisement for a renminbi (RMB) sovereign bond insurance...
Hong Kong, China
A man rides an escalator showing part of an advertisement for a renminbi sovereign bond insurance inside...
A man rides an escalator showing part of an advertisement for a renminbi (RMB) sovereign bond insurance inside HSBC headquarters in Hong Kong July 30, 2012. HSBC's underlying profit dipped 3 percent from a year ago to $10.6 billion as Europe's biggest bank set aside $2 billion to cover U.S. law enforcement and regulatory costs and to compensate UK customers for mis-selling. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
HSBC-EARNINGS/
RTR35MIP
July 30, 2012
Passersby walk past advertisements promoting renminbi related products outside HSBC headquarters in Hong...
Hong Kong, China
Passersby walk past advertisements promoting renminbi related products outside HSBC headquarters in Hong...
Passersby walk past advertisements promoting renminbi related products outside HSBC headquarters in Hong Kong July 30, 2012. HSBC's underlying profit dipped 3 percent from a year ago to $10.6 billion as Europe's biggest bank set aside $2 billion to cover U.S. law enforcement and regulatory costs and to compensate UK customers for mis-selling. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
HONGKONG
RTR34TC2
July 11, 2012
A man walking past casts his shadow on a backdrop featuring a RMB (renminbi) symbol during the RMB Cross-...
Hong Kong, China
Man casts shadow on backdrop during forum on RMB in Hong Kong
A man walking past casts his shadow on a backdrop featuring a RMB (renminbi) symbol during the RMB Cross- border Trade and Investment Forum at Hong Kong government headquarters July 11, 2012. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
MARKETS-CHINA-YUAN/
RTR32RUJ
May 29, 2012
Yuan and Yen banknotes are seen in this picture illustration taken in Tokyo May 29, 2012. Japan and China...
Tokyo, Japan
Picture illustration of Yuan and Yen banknotes
Yuan and Yen banknotes are seen in this picture illustration taken in Tokyo May 29, 2012. Japan and China will start trading their currencies directly in Tokyo and Shanghai from June 1 in a move that shores up trade and financial ties between Asia's two biggest economies and also marks another step to raise the yuan's international role. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA/
RTR2Z139
March 08, 2012
Shanghai Shenhua's French striker Nicolas Anelka sits inside a Land Rover Discovery 4 car at a car dealership...
Shanghai, China
Shanghai Shenhua's French striker Nicolas Anelka sits inside a Land Rover Discovery 4 car at a car dealership...
Shanghai Shenhua's French striker Nicolas Anelka sits inside a Land Rover Discovery 4 car at a car dealership in Shanghai March 8, 2012. The car with a selling price of 1 million renminbi, was given to him to use for free for a year by the car's Chinese distributors, local media reported. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER TRANSPORT)
GULF-CHINA/YUAN
RTR2YMS1
February 29, 2012
Shoppers walk past a store at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai, February 26, 2012. Built in the shape of...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
To match Analysis GULF-CHINA/YUAN
Shoppers walk past a store at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai, February 26, 2012. Built in the shape of a dragon, the 1.2 km long and 150,000 sqm large mall is a trading centre with almost 3,950 shops selling mainly Chinese products ranging from office appliances to garments and general products. Trade in the Arab Gulf, where currencies are pegged to the U.S. dollar and oil prices are expressed in dollars, has long been dominated by the U.S. currency. But the dollar now faces a challenge from the Chinese renminbi, which is increasingly being used to settle China's burgeoning trade in the region. Picture taken February 26, 2012. To match Analysis GULF-CHINA/YUAN REUTERS/Ashraf Abu Omar (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
GULF-CHINA/YUAN
RTR2YMRU
February 29, 2012
A shopper walks past a store at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai, February 26, 2012. Built in the shape of...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
To match Analysis GULF-CHINA/YUAN
A shopper walks past a store at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai, February 26, 2012. Built in the shape of a dragon, the 1.2 km long and 150,000 sqm large mall is a trading centre with almost 3,950 shops selling mainly Chinese products ranging from office appliances to garments and general products. Trade in the Arab Gulf, where currencies are pegged to the U.S. dollar and oil prices are expressed in dollars, has long been dominated by the U.S. currency. But the dollar now faces a challenge from the Chinese renminbi, which is increasingly being used to settle China's burgeoning trade in the region. Picture taken February 26, 2012. To match Analysis GULF-CHINA/YUAN REUTERS/Ashraf Abu Omar (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
GULF-CHINA/YUAN
RTR2YMRP
February 29, 2012
Remote controlled cars are seen at a shop at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai, February 26, 2012. Built in...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
To match Analysis GULF-CHINA/YUAN
Remote controlled cars are seen at a shop at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai, February 26, 2012. Built in the shape of a dragon, the 1.2 km long and 150,000 sqm large mall is a trading centre with almost 3,950 shops selling mainly Chinese products ranging from office appliances to garments and general products. Trade in the Arab Gulf, where currencies are pegged to the U.S. dollar and oil prices are expressed in dollars, has long been dominated by the U.S. currency. But the dollar now faces a challenge from the Chinese renminbi, which is increasingly being used to settle China's burgeoning trade in the region. Picture taken February 26, 2012. To match Analysis GULF-CHINA/YUAN REUTERS/Ashraf Abu Omar (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
GULF-CHINA/YUAN
RTR2YMRJ
February 29, 2012
A shopper walks at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai, February 26, 2012. Built in the shape of a dragon, the...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
To match Analysis GULF-CHINA/YUAN
A shopper walks at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai, February 26, 2012. Built in the shape of a dragon, the 1.2 km long and 150,000 sqm large mall is a trading centre with almost 3,950 shops selling mainly Chinese products ranging from office appliances to garments and general products. Trade in the Arab Gulf, where currencies are pegged to the U.S. dollar and oil prices are expressed in dollars, has long been dominated by the U.S. currency. But the dollar now faces a challenge from the Chinese renminbi, which is increasingly being used to settle China's burgeoning trade in the region. Picture taken February 26, 2012. To match Analysis GULF-CHINA/YUAN REUTERS/Ashraf Abu Omar (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
GULF-CHINA/YUAN
RTR2YMLW
February 29, 2012
A vendor reads a book at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai, February 26, 2012. Built in the shape of a dragon,...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
To match Analysis GULF-CHINA/YUAN
A vendor reads a book at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai, February 26, 2012. Built in the shape of a dragon, the 1.2 km long and 150,000 sqm large mall is a trading centre with almost 3,950 shops selling mainly Chinese products ranging from office appliances to garments and general products. Trade in the Arab Gulf, where currencies are pegged to the U.S. dollar and oil prices are expressed in dollars, has long been dominated by the U.S. currency. But the dollar now faces a challenge from the Chinese renminbi, which is increasingly being used to settle China's burgeoning trade in the region. Picture taken February 26, 2012. To match Analysis GULF-CHINA/YUAN REUTERS/Ashraf Abu Omar (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GULF-CHINA/YUAN
RTR2YMLO
February 29, 2012
A Chinese vendor speaks to a shopper at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai, February 26, 2012. Built in the...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
To match Analysis GULF-CHINA/YUAN
A Chinese vendor speaks to a shopper at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai, February 26, 2012. Built in the shape of a dragon, the 1.2 km long and 150,000 sqm large mall is a trading centre with almost 3,950 shops selling mainly Chinese products ranging from office appliances to garments and general products. Trade in the Arab Gulf, where currencies are pegged to the U.S. dollar and oil prices are expressed in dollars, has long been dominated by the U.S. currency. But the dollar now faces a challenge from the Chinese renminbi, which is increasingly being used to settle China's burgeoning trade in the region. Picture taken February 26, 2012. To match Analysis GULF-CHINA/YUAN REUTERS/Ashraf Abu Omar (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GULF-CHINA/YUAN
RTR2YMHT
February 29, 2012
Chinese vendors are seen at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai, February 26, 2012. Built in the shape of a...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Chinese vendors are seen at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai
Chinese vendors are seen at the Dragonmart mall in Dubai, February 26, 2012. Built in the shape of a dragon, the 1.2 km long and 150,000 sqm large mall is a trading centre with almost 3,950 shops selling mainly Chinese products ranging from office appliances to garments and general products.Trade in the Arab Gulf, where currencies are pegged to the U.S. dollar and oil prices are expressed in dollars, has long been dominated by the U.S. currency. But the dollar now faces a challenge from the Chinese renminbi, which is increasingly being used to settle China's burgeoning trade in the region. REUTERS/Ashraf Abu Omar (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTR2TS1Z
November 09, 2011
A vendor holds a ten yuan note as a customer pays for her vegetables at a market in Shanghai November...
Shanghai, China
A vendor holds a ten yuan note as a customer pays for her vegetables at a market in Shanghai
A vendor holds a ten yuan note as a customer pays for her vegetables at a market in Shanghai November 9, 2011. China's annual inflation rate fell sharply in October to 5.5 percent in a further pullback from July's three-year peak, giving Beijing more room to fine tune policy to help an economy feeling the chill of a global slowdown. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
MARKET-OFFSHORE/YUAN
RTR2PAJ9
July 26, 2011
A woman walks past an advertisement promoting China's renminbi (RMB) or yuan services outside the Bank...
Hong Kong, China
A woman walks past an advertisement promoting China's renminbi (RMB) or yuan services outside the Bank...
A woman walks past an advertisement promoting China's renminbi (RMB) or yuan services outside the Bank of China headquarters in Hong Kong July 26,2011. One year after China started an offshore yuan experiment in Hong Kong, the issuance
of renminbi-denominated bonds is booming and banks are lining up to sell investors new "CNH" products, but growing pains in the new market may be just beginning. Chinese characters on the advertisement read "Mainland Yuan and Hong Kong's dollar". REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
MARKET-OFFSHORE/YUAN
RTR2PAJ6
July 26, 2011
A man walks past an advertisement promoting China's renminbi (RMB) or yuan ,US dollar and Euro exchange...
Hong Kong, China
A man walks past an advertisement promoting China's renminbi (RMB) or yuan ,US dollar and Euro exchange...
A man walks past an advertisement promoting China's renminbi (RMB) or yuan ,US dollar and Euro exchange services at money exchange in Hong Kong July 26, 2011. One year after China started an offshore yuan experiment in Hong Kong, the issuance
of renminbi-denominated bonds is booming and banks are lining up to sell investors new "CNH" products, but growing pains in the new market may be just beginning. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
MARKET-OFFSHORE/YUAN
RTR2PAIQ
July 26, 2011
A man walks past an advertisement by HSBC promoting China's renminbi (RMB) or yuan-related products and...
Hong Kong, China
A man walks past an advertisement by HSBC promoting China's renminbi or yuan-related products and services,...
A man walks past an advertisement by HSBC promoting China's renminbi (RMB) or yuan-related products and services, in Hong Kong July 26, 2011. One year after China started an offshore yuan experiment in Hong Kong, the issuance of renminbi-denominated bonds is booming and banks are lining up to sell investors new "CNH" products, but growing pains in the new market may be just beginning. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA/
RTR2MIXD
May 17, 2011
A man walks past an advertisement by HSBC promoting China's renminbi or yuan related products and services,...
Hong Kong, China
A man walks past an advertisement by HSBC promoting China's renminbi or yuan related products and services,...
A man walks past an advertisement by HSBC promoting China's renminbi or yuan related products and services, in Hong Kong May 17, 2011. The success of what market players call the CNH market shows that foreign investors of all stripes are hungry for yuan-denominated fixed-income products and that a more hands-off policy in the bond market may really help to grow it. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-ART/CORRUPTION
RTR2LVVL
May 02, 2011
A painter contrasts the reddish-pink hue on a painting knife with China's 100 yuan banknote before he...
Shenzhen, China
To match Reuters Life! CHINA-ART/CORRUPTION
A painter contrasts the reddish-pink hue on a painting knife with China's 100 yuan banknote before he works on portraits for Chinese artist and film-maker Zhang Bingjian's "Hall of Fame" project in a studio in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong province, April 25, 2011. The stark, monochromatic portraits rendered in the reddish-pink hue of China's 100 yuan banknotes, painted by a team of artists in Shenzhen's Dafen village -- known for its mass-produced knock-offs of iconic Western paintings -- are the brainchild of outspoken Zhang. Picture taken on April 25, 2011. To match Reuters Life! CHINA-ART/CORRUPTION REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
SINGAPORE/
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March 28, 2011
A visitor looks at crafted embroidery works based on old Chinese Yuan (Renminbi) bank notes, as part...
Singapore, Singapore
A visitor looks at embroidery works based on old Chinese Yuan (Renminbi) bank notes in Singapore
A visitor looks at crafted embroidery works based on old Chinese Yuan (Renminbi) bank notes, as part of the "Spring and Autumn" collection by Chinese artists Shao Yinong & Muchen, on exhibit at the Singapore Art Museum during the Singapore Biennale, March 28, 2011. The Singapore Biennale runs from March 13 until May 15. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE - Tags: SOCIETY)
SINGAPORE/
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March 28, 2011
A visitor looks at crafted embroidery works based on old Chinese Yuan (Renminbi) bank notes, as part...
Singapore, Singapore
A visitor looks at embroidery works based on old Chinese Yuan (Renminbi) bank notes in Singapore
A visitor looks at crafted embroidery works based on old Chinese Yuan (Renminbi) bank notes, as part of the "Spring and Autumn" collection by Chinese artists Shao Yinong & Muchen, on exhibit at the Singapore Art Museum during the Singapore Biennale, March 28, 2011. The Singapore Biennale runs from March 13 until May 15. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA-YUAN/INFLATION
RTR2K8GJ
March 22, 2011
A folded 100 Yuan note is seen in this picture illustration in Beijing March 22, 2011. China should allow...
Beijing, China
A folded 100 Yuan note is seen in this picture illustration in Beijing
A folded 100 Yuan note is seen in this picture illustration in Beijing March 22, 2011. China should allow its currency to rise more quickly in the near term to repel imported inflationary pressure from soaring oil prices, an official newspaper said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-YUAN/INFLATION
RTR2K8GC
March 22, 2011
One-hundred Yuan notes are seen in this picture illustration in Beijing March 22, 2011. China should...
Beijing, China
One-hundred Yuan notes are seen in this picture illustration in Beijing
One-hundred Yuan notes are seen in this picture illustration in Beijing March 22, 2011. China should allow its currency to rise more quickly in the near term to repel imported inflationary pressure from soaring oil prices, an official newspaper said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-YUAN/INFLATION
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March 22, 2011
A 100 Yuan note is surrounded by other 100 Yuan notes in this picture illustration in Beijing March 22,...
Beijing, China
A 100 Yuan note is surrounded by other 100 Yuan notes in this picture illustration in Beijing
A 100 Yuan note is surrounded by other 100 Yuan notes in this picture illustration in Beijing March 22, 2011. China should allow its currency to rise more quickly in the near term to repel imported inflationary pressure from soaring oil prices, an official newspaper said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-ECONOMY/PBOC
RTR2JQLQ
March 11, 2011
China's central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan, answers a question outlining his views on the challenges...
Beijing, China
China's central bank governor Zhou answers a question outlining his views on the challenges ahead for...
China's central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan, answers a question outlining his views on the challenges ahead for the world's second-largest economy during his annual news conference in Beijing March 11, 2011. Zhou said "Currently inflationary expectations are generally stable. If we observe the CPI figures for December, January and February, although they are high, inflationary expectations are currently relatively stable" and added "Regarding the exchange rate policy, it's still the same line. Based on market supply and demand, we refer to a basket of currencies in making adjustments and will keep the renminbi exchange rate basically stable at a reasonable and balanced level". REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/PBOC
RTR2JQLL
March 11, 2011
China's central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, answers a question outlining his views on the challenges...
Beijing, China
China's central bank governor, Zhou, answers a question outlining his views on the challenges ahead for...
China's central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, answers a question outlining his views on the challenges ahead for the world's second-largest economy during his annual news conference in Beijing March 11, 2011. Zhou said "Currently inflationary expectations are generally stable. If we observe the CPI figures for December, January and February, although they are high, inflationary expectations are currently relatively stable" and added "Regarding the exchange rate policy, it's still the same line. Based on market supply and demand, we refer to a basket of currencies in making adjustments and will keep the renminbi exchange rate basically stable at a reasonable and balanced level".REUTERS/David Gray(CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/PBOC
RTR2JQK4
March 11, 2011
China's central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, touches his glasses as he listens to a question during...
Beijing, China
China's central bank governor, Zhou, touches his glasses as he listens to a question during his annual...
China's central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, touches his glasses as he listens to a question during his annual news conference in Beijing, outlining his views on the challenges ahead for the world's second-largest economy March 11, 2011. Zhou said current inflationary expectations are generally stable and reiterated his stance towards the exchange rate policy, adding that the bank refers to a basket of currencies in making adjustments and will keep the renminbi exchange rate "basically stable at a reasonable and balanced level". REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/PBOC
RTR2JQJZ
March 11, 2011
China's central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, laughs as he answers a question during his annual news...
Beijing, China
China's central bank governor, Zhou, laughs as he answers a question during his annual news conference...
China's central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, laughs as he answers a question during his annual news conference in Beijing, outlining his views on the challenges ahead for the world's second-largest economy March 11, 2011. Zhou said current inflationary expectations are generally stable and reiterated his stance towards the exchange rate policy, adding that the bank refers to a basket of currencies in making adjustments and will keep the renminbi exchange rate "basically stable at a reasonable and balanced level". REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/PBOC
RTR2JQJW
March 11, 2011
China's central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, waves as he arrives for his annual news conference in...
Beijing, China
China's central bank governor, Zhou, waves as he arrives for his annual news conference in Beijing
China's central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, waves as he arrives for his annual news conference in Beijing, outlining his views on the challenges ahead for the world's second-largest economy March 11, 2011. Zhou said current inflationary expectations are generally stable and reiterated his stance towards the exchange rate policy, adding that the bank refers to a basket of currencies in making adjustments and will keep the renminbi exchange rate "basically stable at a reasonable and balanced level". REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/PBOC
RTR2JQJU
March 11, 2011
China's central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, answers a question during his annual news conference in...
Beijing, China
China's central bank governor, Zhou, answers a question during his annual news conference in Beijing
China's central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, answers a question during his annual news conference in Beijing, outlining his views on the challenges ahead for the world's second-largest economy March 11, 2011. Zhou said current inflationary expectations are generally stable and reiterated his stance towards the exchange rate policy, adding that the bank refers to a basket of currencies in making adjustments and will keep the renminbi exchange rate "basically stable at a reasonable and balanced level". REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/PBOC
RTR2JQJP
March 11, 2011
China's central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, touches his glasses as he arrives for his annual news...
Beijing, China
China's central bank governor, Zhou, touches his glasses as he arrives for his annual news conference...
China's central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, touches his glasses as he arrives for his annual news conference in Beijing, outlining his views on the challenges ahead for the world's second-largest economy, March 11, 2011. Zhou said current inflationary expectations are generally stable and reiterated his stance towards the exchange rate policy, adding that the bank refers to a basket of currencies in making adjustments and will keep the renminbi exchange rate "basically stable at a reasonable and balanced level". REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
CHINA-WEN/
RTR2JJW0
March 07, 2011
A 100 Yuan note is seen in this illustration picture in Beijing March 7, 2011. China must ward off threats...
Beijing, China
A 100 Yuan note is seen in this illustration picture in Beijing
A 100 Yuan note is seen in this illustration picture in Beijing March 7, 2011. China must ward off threats of pressure to sharply raise the yuan currency, Premier Wen Jiabao said in comments recently reported by China's official Xinhua news. "The appreciation of the renminbi exchange rate is in keeping with our economic needs and also in keeping with the people's interests, but we have proposed that the appreciation must be kept gradual because of the features of our external trade, with 50 percent from processed trade and over 50 percent from foreign businesses or joint enterprises." REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA-WEN/
RTR2JJVX
March 07, 2011
A 100 Yuan note is seen in this illustration picture in Beijing March 7, 2011. China must ward off threats...
Beijing, China
A 100 Yuan note is seen in this illustration picture in Beijing
A 100 Yuan note is seen in this illustration picture in Beijing March 7, 2011. China must ward off threats of pressure to sharply raise the yuan currency, Premier Wen Jiabao said in comments recently reported by China's official Xinhua news. "The appreciation of the renminbi exchange rate is in keeping with our economic needs and also in keeping with the people's interests, but we have proposed that the appreciation must be kept gradual because of the features of our external trade, with 50 percent from processed trade and over 50 percent from foreign businesses or joint enterprises." REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
FINANCE-SUMMIT/
RTR2J8N4
February 28, 2011
An advertisement promoting Chinese yuan or renminbi (RMB) services is displayed outside the Bank of China...
Hong Kong, China
An advertisement promoting Chinese yuan services is displayed outside the Bank of China headquarters...
An advertisement promoting Chinese yuan or renminbi (RMB) services is displayed outside the Bank of China headquarters in Hong Kong February 28, 2011. China's rapidly growing offshore yuan market is garnering global attention, with companies lining up to issue so-called dim sum bonds in Hong Kong and banks creating new products denominated in renminbi. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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