BEIJING – Japan and China are expected to start directly trading their currencies in June as part of efforts to boost bilateral trade and investment, financial sources in Beijing said Saturday.
With the new step, exchange rates between the yen and the yuan will be determined solely by transactions of the two currencies, eliminated the role played by the dollar in setting yen-yuan rates under the current system.
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