"We will not widen the yuan's trading band against the dollar in the near future," Wu Xiaoling, vice governor of the People's Bank of China, told Reuters on the sidelines of a banking event, the signing of a self-regulation pact.
Wu, who repeated a warning over potential risk of super-low money market interest rates, said the central bank would keep monetary policy basically stable.
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