The central bank will require the country's financial institutions to hold 17.5% of their total deposits in reserves under the new measure announced Saturday. It will implement the measure incrementally, requiring banks to hold 17% from 15 June and 17.5% from 25 June.
The move is expected to drain Rmb422 billion ($60.9 billion). The ce
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