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US Fed rate hike: how can China stem capital outflow and prop up the yuan?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]As the US central bank announces its sharpest rate increase in 22 years to address decades-high inflation, analysts speculate on how Beijing will try to soften the economic blow.

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As the US central bank announces its sharpest rate increase in 22 years to address decades-high inflation, analysts speculate on how Beijing will try to soften the economic blow.

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