PBoC and ECB establish currency-swap line

The facility will make available a maximum of Rmb350 billion to the ECB and up to €45 billion to the People’s Bank of China, and is an important step forward in the internationalisation of the renminbi.

PBoC and ECB establish currency-swap line

The People’s Bank of China and European Central Bank announced a landmark currency swap deal on Thursday as the renminbi passed another milestone on the road to its full internationalisation.

The facility, valid for an initial three years, will make up to Rmb350 billion $57 billion available to the ECB and up to 45 billion to the PBoC. That's smaller than the Rmb800 billion arrangement some analysts forecast earlier this year but still means...

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