Chinese yuan deposits in Taiwan hit 19-month high
Taipei, Nov. 18 (CNA) Chinese yuan deposits held by banks operating in Taiwan kept rising to hit a high in 19 months at the end of October amid reinforced market confidence in the future movement of the Chinese currency, according to the local central bank.
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