armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Nov 14, 2017
China keeps moving gradually to open up their economy to international forces. The People’s Republic of China has expanded the trade in gold in yuan and thus the internationalization of the national currency is moving closer. Gold merchants from the industrial metropolis of Shenzhen have been trading their yuan gold at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since last week. Previously, this was only possible for Hong Kong gold traders. While some immediately claim this is China attacking the dollar, they are completely ignorant of international capital necessities.
The post China Open Gold Trade in Yuan as Proxy for the Yuan appeared first on Silver For The People.