In three decades, China has grown to become the world’s largest exporter, importer, foreign exchange reserve owner, and second-largest economy in the world. Yet, for all this growth, the global role of the renminbi does not match China’s economic status: the currency is still only the fifth most traded globally.
China’s overseas investment has been on the increase, mostly supported by government strategy and its sovereign wealth funds.
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