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2014-09-30 11:10:57 В Китае запущены прямые торги между юанем и евро
Пекин, 30 сентября /Синьхуа/ -- С санкции Народного банка /Центробанк/ Китая, Китайский центр валютных сделок в понедельник заявил о начале прямой торговли между юанем /национальная валюта Китая/ и евро на отечественной межбанковской валютной бирже.
Центробанк Китая назвал это важным шагом, совместно предпринятым Китаем и ЕС для содействия дальнейшему развитию двусторонних торгово-экономических связей. Это благоприятствует формированию прямого курса китайского юаня к евро и усилению китайско-европейского финансового сотрудничества.
Более 3-х месяцев назад в Китае были запущены прямые торги между юанем и фунтом стерлингов. До этого прямая торговля была запущена между юанем, иеной, австралийским и новозеландским долларом. -0- (

29.09.2014 | Источник: Правда.Ру
".. — Вчера в Гонконге начались столкновения демонстрантов с полицией. Инициаторы Occupy Central требуют проведения в 2017 году в Гонконге прямых свободных выборов главы местной администрации. До 2017 года еще далеко. Почему такие жестокие столкновения? ... " (

2014-09-29 17:02:46 People’s Bank of China Welcomes Direct Trading between RMB and Euro Launched by the China Foreign Exchange Trade System
With the authorization of the People's Bank of China, the China Foreign Exchange Trade System (CFETS) has announced on 29 September, 2014 to launch direct trading between RMB and Euro on the inter-bank foreign exchange market. This is an important step in strengthening bilateral economic and trade connections between China and Eurozone member states. And China and the Eurozone member states will make further efforts to mutually promote the direct trading between the two currencies based on market principle.
Development of direct trading between RMB and Euro will contribute to the formation of direct exchange rate between the two currencies. This will help lower currency conversion cost for economic entities, facilitate the use of RMB and Euro in bilateral trade and investment, promote the financial cooperation and enhance economic and financial ties between China and Eurozone member states. The People's Bank of China actively supports the above-mentioned measure adopted by the CFETS. (

Core Functions
CFETS, founded on April 18, 1994, is a sub-institution of the People's Bank of China (PBC). Its core functions include: providing trading, information, benchmark and training facilities to the interbank lending, bond and FX markets, monitoring market transactions, providing services for the operation and transmission of the central bank's monetary policies, and engaging in other businesses authorized by the PBC.
CFETS headquarter is located in Zhangjiang, Shanghai, together with a local back-up center on the Bund and a remote back-up center in Beijing. Internally 16 departments comprise CFETS: General Office, FX Department, RMB Market Department, Clearing Department, Technology Infrastructure & Service Department, Technology R&D Department, Research Department, Market Data Department, International Affairs Department, Risk Management Department, Human Resources Department, Finance Department, Administration Department, Beijing Back-up Center, Beijing Market Services Department and Beijing General Services Office. For the time being, CFETS also covers 18 sub-centers throughout the country in Chengdu, Chongqing, Dalian, Fuzhou, Guangzhou, Haikou, Jinan, Nanjing, Ningbo, Qingdao, Shantou, Shenyang, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Wuhan, Xiamen, Xi'an and Zhuhai. CFETS Information Technology Service (Shanghai) Co., Ltd and CHINAMONEY Journal are full subsidiaries of CFETS. CFETS holds controlling stakes in Shanghai CFETS-ICAP International Money Broking Co., Ltd and CFETS Financial Data Co., Ltd. (
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