China attends first Seacen meetings

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Colombo, Sri Lanka

The People's Bank of China (PBoC) on Friday attended its first meeting at the South East Asian Central Banks (Seacen) since joining the regional group in January.

The PBoC said the central bank's governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, on Monday attended Seacen's 46th governors' conference and the 30th Seacen board of governors' meeting in Colombo, Sri Lanka. This was the first time a representative from the PBoC participated in discussions with Seacen after it joined the regional forum on January 25. Zhou

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