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Definition of Renminbi
1. currency in the People's Republic of China [n RENMINBI]
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Literary usage of Renminbi
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1. International Trade: Treasury Assessments Have Not Found Currency by Loren Yager (2005)
"Some groups could be negatively affected by a higher-valued renminbi, ... Finally, an upward revaluation of the renminbi could also affect flows of capital ..."
2. China in the World Economy: The Domestic Policy Challenges by Charles A Pigott (2002)
"Even with their limited customers, foreign banks' activity is largely restricted to foreign currency business because their local currency (renminbi) ..."
3. Inflation and Growth in China: Proceedings of a Conference Held in Beijing edited by Manuel Guitian, Robert Mundell (1998)
"In the past, China experienced shortages of foreign exchange resources that created great pressure for depreciating the renminbi exchange rate. ..."
4. Cutting Off the Serpent's Head: Tightening Control in Tibet, 1994-1995 by Tibet Information Network, Robert Barnett, Human Rights Watch/Asia, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1996)
"If someone sponsors a large puja, then the monastery and the sponsor will be punished... the sponsor will have to pay 300 renminbi [US$37] as a fine. ..."
5. The Rise of China And India: What's in It for Africa? by Andrea Goldstein (2006)
"Africa's primary commodity exporters would be likely to benefit from a (real effective) renminbi appreciation. To be sure, such appreciation amounts to a ..."
6. China: Open Policies Towards Mergers and Acquisitions 2006 by Publi Oecd Published by Oecd Publishing (2006)
"From January 1994 China's currency, the renminbi, was pegged to the US dollar at a rate of approximately CNY 8.3 = USD 1. On 21 July the People's Bank of ..."
7. Country Analysis Briefs: 1994: Profiles of Major World Energy Producers by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Foreign currency is exchanged for Yuan, which is equivalent to the domestic renminbi. Major Trading Partners: Hong Kong, Japan, United States, Germany, ..."