While the practice of RMB`s cross-border agglomerations is an important step in pushing China`s local currency to become more international, Circular No. 145 will serve as an important guideline not only to normalize day-to-day activities, but also to avoid the influx of speculative capital and the misuse of the new policy. On 18 February 2014, the Australian Securities Exchange Limited (ASX) and BoC signed a clearing and settlement agreement with RMB (Australia). In April, the RBA announced that it would invest up to 5% of its foreign exchange reserves in RMB government bonds.  On November 17, RBA and PBoC signed a Memorandum of Understanding establishing formal RMB clearing agreements in Australia and PBoC granted Australia an RQFII quota of €50 billion. RMB, which will allow licensed Australian IFs to invest with RMB in China`s domestic bond and equity markets. Since 2010, more than ten or fifteen times more USD per day. As of mid-2014, the Malaysian company`s RMB bond issue reached RMB 4.4 billion.  Applicable condition: strong import and export companies with good settlement and credit balance sheet in SRCBListed pilot company for merchandise export trade. Early domestic companies can only use the foreign currency statement for import and export. As the global financial market experiences significant volatility, companies have easily recorded losses on the foreign exchange.
Since RMB is the land currency, using RMB for settlement with international trade will help enterprises avoid currency risks Types of operations: Shanghai rural investment bank rMB`s cross-border settlement operations include the following types: Since 2009, China has signed currency swap agreements with many countries and regions like Argentina, Belarus, Brazil. Canada, the ECB, Hong Kong, Iceland, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, the United Kingdom, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.     Renminbi deposits in Hong Kong gradually increased from 12 billion yen in 2004 to 59 billion yen in 2009.  The subdivision is on land with a clear colonization route and without jet lag. . . .