China's Yuan surpasses Euro (Sylodium, Free international trade directory)

China's Yuan currency overtook the euro in October, becoming the second-most used currency in trade finance, according to global transaction services organisation SWIFT.

The market share of yuan usage in trade finance, or Letters of Credit and Collection, grew to 8.66 percent in October 2013. That improved from 1.89 percent in January 2012. The yuan, also known as the renminbi, now ranks behind the U.S. dollar, which remains the leading currency with a share of 81.08 percent.

The top five countries using the yuan for trade finance in October were China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Germany and Australia, SWIFT said in a statement.


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