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Reuters/Jason Lee - A vendor holds Chinese Yuan notes at a market in Beijing, August 12, 2015.
Chinese yuan devaluation is not the real concern for Africa: A weakened Chinese economy is!
August 21, 2015, Amadou Sy
The devaluation of the Chinese yuan by about 2 percent on August 11 is the largest single-day drop since 1994. In his latest blog, Amadou Sy argues that while the yuan devaluation is a concern, China's possible economic slowdown is the real issue.
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August 14, 2015, Jack Karsten and Darrell M. West
June 2015, Christine Zhang and Jeffrey Gutman
April 23, 2015, Tim Boersma
March 17, 2015, Jennifer Bradley
February 13, 2015, Fred Dews
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January 9, 2015, Clifford Winston
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