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China’s yuan slips to 17-month low against US dollar as economic pressures mount

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s yuan has fallen by nearly 4 per cent against the US dollar this month, putting it on track for what could be its biggest drop since China unified exchange rates in 1994.

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China’s yuan has fallen by nearly 4 per cent against the US dollar this month, putting it on track for what could be its biggest drop since China unified exchange rates in 1994.
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