The China Daily ran an interesting article about how more and more UK retailers are paying their Chinese suppliers in RMB  (Chinese Yuan or CNY) rather than USD or Euros.     With the yuan having appreciated at least 7 percent against the dollar since June 2010, Chinese suppliers commonly embed a “buffer” into dollar-denominated contracts…

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If the companies in China would accept credit cards from the US, they would have a much greater amount of sales as the credit card companies would insure that the customer would receive the purchased product(s). It would take the question out of securing a legitimate exporter to work with. If I could secure or…

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