| A year after global markets were shaken by a surprise China devaluation, they are now becalmed, and pressures for an exodus of capital from the nation have eased. Diminished expectations for US interest-rate increases have helped stem the tide. Sydney Morning Herald, 2 weeks ago
China's Money Outflow Goes Quiet, for Now, as Stability Reigns - La Repubblica, 2 weeks ago
China Money Outflow Goes Quiet, for Now, as Stability Reigns (1) - Yahoo! Singapore, 2 weeks ago
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