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George Magnus: Can the redback ever replace the greenback?

The significance of the yuan in global finance is increasing steadily, reflecting China's status in the world economy and financial policy initiatives by Beijing. The notion, though, that the yuan could become a major reserve currency, even displacing the U.S. dollar one day, is far-fetched.

    The spotlight on the yuan has increased in light of three developments.

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