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Days of “special” yuan policy numbered – China central banker

By Reuters Staff
March 6, 2010

By Zhou Xin and Benjamin Kang Lim

BEIJING, March 6 (Reuters) – China flagged on Saturday it will let the yuan resume its rise at some point as it unwinds the super-loose policies it has been pursuing to prop up the world’s third-largest economy.

China’s forex reserves are ‘diversified,’ – central bank chief

July 17, 2009

By Zhou Xin and Simon Rabinovitch
BEIJING, July 17 (Reuters) – China’s $2 trillion stockpile of foreign exchange reserves, the world’s largest, is diversified despite the vast amount held in U.S. Treasuries, the Chinese central bank chief said on Friday.
Zhou Xiaochuan’s apparent satisfaction with China’s current dollar-heavy investment portfolio contrasted with calls he has made this year for a new super-sovereign currency to end the greenback’s dominance. (more…)