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Post time 2012-2-2 21:46:19 |Display all floors
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  1. China to Make Shanghai Global Yuan Hub by 2015
  2. By REUTERS Published: January 30, 2012 at 3:38 AM ET

  3. SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China intends to establish Shanghai as the global centre for yuan trading, clearing and pricing over the next three years as part of broader plans to make the commercial hub an international financial centre by 2020.
  4. The plan for Shanghai's financial innovations through 2015, published jointly by the country's economic planning agency and the Shanghai government on Monday, set goals on a wide range of areas aimed at further developing Shanghai, though some analysts said many of them appeared ambitious.
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Post time 2012-2-2 22:10:03 |Display all floors
aa@edward Post time: 2012-2-2 21:46
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Post time 2012-2-3 04:40:12 |Display all floors
The London bankers see a great opportunity to get rich at the expense of their US cousins dollars.
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Post time 2012-2-3 07:15:40 |Display all floors
cestmoi Post time: 2012-2-2 06:55
Hong Kong would never employ... what?

Amazing how people re-write history to their ad ...

I was born in HOng Kong too and it has always been 'Chinese and English' language skill required.  Never Native English speakers only.  I think you must read one ad in 10 years in SMCP that an English company was looking for a 'Native English' speaker to work at the top job.  I doubt you were born in Hong Kong, in face, by the way you were so supported Shanghai, I wondered if you were actually born in Shanghai instead? ;)

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Post time 2012-2-3 07:18:29 |Display all floors
Pirate89 Post time: 2012-2-2 23:16
Good point!  

China is in the process of internationalization of RMB, so it needs many  ...



Good point too.  But China do not need LSE, they can use Hong Kong and then link with Europe instead, a much reliable trading partnership.  

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Post time 2012-2-3 08:58:21 |Display all floors

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starfruit12 Post time: 2012-2-3 07:15
I was born in HOng Kong too and it has always been 'Chinese and English' language skill required.  ...

And u must be very young not to know. Things have changed a wee bit, but I remember.
That was something the Anglo gweilos did, I remember that and many, many other things.
I am 4th generation Hongker, lineage treaceable.
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Post time 2012-2-4 10:34:05 |Display all floors
cestmoi Post time: 2012-2-3 08:58
And u must be very young not to know. Things have changed a wee bit, but I remember.
That was somet ...


Hmm... I don't think so.  It has always been bi-lingual in HK.  Native English speaker needed was usually created by some English companies looking for top management in the old colonial time. I must say I'm glad things have changed now that so many Hong Kong people are at the top management now.

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