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1. news | 11 Dec 2013
» President Francois Hollande said France's intervention in the Central African Republic is dangerous but vital to avoid a bloodbath, during a visit to shore up morale after two elite French soldiers were killed.
2. lifestyle | 30 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» Whitespace Gallery Bangkok will showcase "Currency Crisis", its first regional group show featuring a collection of existing artistic practices in the region on the shared topic of money.
3. news | 15 Dec 2013
» Once the preserve of cyber geeks or of dodgy traders, the virtual currency bitcoin can now not only be used to buy goods online but also pay for a degree at the University of Nicosia.
4. learning | 18 Oct 2010
» Like a gigantic tsunami wave crossing the Pacific Ocean, US dollar depreciation is causing currency appreciation in Asian currencies. A major global currency realignment is underway.
5. learning | 04 Mar 2013
About economics & exports
» Top Chinese central banker says China prepared for currency war but G20 meeting between major economies may save the day.
6. tech | 19 Nov 2013
» Bitcoin supporters told a US Senate hearing the virtual currency unit should not be viewed negatively by authorities despite its links to crime.
7. learning | 09 May 2011
» Transparent capital markets stretch across ASEAN borders replacing the secrecy of banks, local-currency bond markets reducing risk of currency and maturity mismatch.
8. opinion | 17 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: News
» China is increasingly debating whether or not the renminbi should be internationalised, possibly joining the US dollar and the euro as an international vehicle currency (IVC) _ that is, a currency that other countries us...
9. business | 25 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» Since 1976, the US dollar's role as an international currency has been slowly waning. International use of the dollar to hold foreign-exchange reserves, denominate financial transactions, invoice trade and as a vehic...
10. news | 31 Oct 2013
» The US Treasury said Wednesday that the Chinese yuan remains undervalued despite its significant appreciation this year and called on Beijing to disclose more about its market intervention.