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China PBOC says yuan internationalisation market driven

SHANGHAI: Internationalisation of China's yuan is market-driven, a monetary policy official of China's central bank said Tuesday, in a speech originally prepared for the central bank's deputy governor.


Three conditions vital for ringgit internationalisation

PETALING JAYA: Strong economic fundamentals and a resilient banking structure coupled with a cautious and orderly liberalisation strategy will be important factors towards a potential internationalisation of the ringgit, experts said.

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Silver, Silk Roads and yuan internationalisation

STUDENTS of yuan internationalisation tend to forget that the globalisation of Chinese currency happened much earlier with copper coins, which were first standardised and minted in the Qin Dynasty (260BC-210BC).


'Internationalisation' of the ringgit may be matter of time

Another step in the further liberalisation of the currency market would be the internationalisation of the ringgit.


Fitch: China's capital controls to hamper yuan internationalisation

BEIJING: China's steps to control capital outflows and lingering expectations of further yuan depreciation are likely to impede the pace of yuan internationalisation, which has lost momentum over the last two years, international ratings agency Fitch said.


Benefits of Islamic finance internationalisation

KUALA LUMPUR: The internationalisation of Islamic finance offers potential for it to become a further means by which cross-border financial flows are intermediated between economies worldwide.


Greater internationalisation to drive Islamic capital market's growth

The next phase of growth of the Islamic capital market would be characterised by greater internationalisation, which would see more product issuers and service providers expanding beyond their home market.


Think global

Internationalisation is the buzzword, but what are the implications for the academic community?


A Silk Road for China’s yuan

Pace of the currency’s internationalisation seems to be gaining momentum.


SC: Malaysia will benefit from more Globalised Islamic capital market

KUALA LUMPUR: Greater internationalisation will be a key element of the Islamic capital market as it continues to chart further progress in the coming decade.