Ten years ago the Chinese government ended the renminbi's strict peg against the US dollar. Since then the currency has gained in stature in world trade, investment and as a reserve currency, reflecting China's growing international influence. James Kynge asks David Pavitt of HSBC and Jinny Yan of Standard Chartered what further changes are in store. Read more at ft.com/renminbi. Music: David Sappa

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