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China’s Yuan falls to lowest level since 2008 global financial crisis

By France24
01 October 2022   |   1:45 pm
Like many other world currencies, China's onshore and offshore Yuan both fell against the dollar on Wednesday, increasing the pressure on the People's Bank of China to intervene directly.

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