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The China Convergence: Markets rattled but China is still rising

Despite a volatile second half of 2015 and beginning 2016 on a rather precarious note, little seems to stand in China’s way as it seeks to position the yuan as a global reserve currency and supplant the US to become the global benchmark for fixed income. But what does that mean for other emerging markets – and particularly, for those which are closely tied to the US?

Feb 29, 2016 // 2:21PM

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