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Date: November 15, 2013
Subject: Here's What China's Renminbi Will Look Like In 2020

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Here's What China's Renminbi Will Look Like In 2020   
 
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China has been making moves to replace its trade in dollars with trade in the renminbi.  The Chinese trade in renminbi is going to be worth nearly 30% of their international trade by 2020, according to a research note by Standard Chartered's Becky Liu and her team. This is projected to be worth $3 trillion. 
  That's $3 trillion that could otherwise be denominated in dollars. And this has implications for the U.S. monetary system, which boasts the dollar as the global reserve currency.
 
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Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/what-the-renminbi-will-look-like-in-2020-2013-11#ixzz2kg0aGSGy
 
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