Expanding US-China Trade Opens Leaders' Minds to RMB

Nearly seven in 10 US businesses plan to buy and sell more goods with China in the next 12 months, and a growing number of US business leaders are open to using RMB to do so, according to our latest annual RMB Internationalization Study, a global survey of over 1,600 decision makers in 14 markets.

Nearly seven in 10 US businesses plan to buy and sell more goods with China in the next 12 months, and a growing number of US business leaders are open to using RMB to do so, according to our latest annual RMB Internationalization Study, a global survey of over 1,600 decision makers in 14 markets.

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