PBOC says no plan to revalue yuan soon

Deputy governor Li Ruogu of the People's Bank of China said on Sunday 7 March that China does not plan to revalue the yuan in the near future and that the dollar pegged currency is valued correctly.

Speaking on the sidelines of the bimonthly meeting of central bank governors from the G10 industrialized nations and major emerging markets, Li also said China will closely monitor inflation although the domestic economy is not overheating.

Asked by reporters whether there was an imminent plan to

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