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Trade between China and the rest of the world has increased by 65% since 2009 and usage of the Renminbi (RMB) to facilitate this trade has increased more than seven fold since 2010. Further growth in RMB usage is expected as many companies have not fully implemented their RMB strategy.

Are you ready for what's next in RMB? Standard Chartered now offers the RMB denominated current accounts to clients.

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