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Firms encouraged to use yuan in cross-border trade
    2018-January-8  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

CHINA will encourage companies to increase their use of yuan for settling cross-border trade deals and support foreigners’ use of the currency for direct investments in the country, the central bank said Friday.

The government has been promoting the international use of the yuan since 2009, and yuan settlement accounted for 16.9 percent of China’s total goods trade in 2016.

A set of moves unveiled Friday will help “improve policies on yuan cross-border businesses, create a sound business environment and serve the Belt and Road initiative, the People’s Bank of China said .

Banks are encouraged to innovate their financial products to help companies settle trade deals in yuan, the central bank said.

The central bank told domestic banks to allow foreign investors to freely remit their yuan-denominated profits and dividends.

Chinese firms will be allowed to transfer their funds raised from overseas bond and stock issuance back home, based on their actual needs, the central bank said.

The government will make it easier for Chinese workers involved in Belt and Road work abroad to send their earnings back home, and meet workers’ demand for cross-border yuan settlements in wages and social welfare, the central bank said.

It also said China will also allow foreign institutions to use yuan in carbon emissions trading domestically. (SD-Agencies)

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