China's renminbi devaluation

China this week stunned financial markets with the biggest devaluation of the renminbi in two decades, only to intervene to stop the slide. Was it a move towards liberalisation or a desperate bid to halt the country's economic slowdown? Ben Hall discusses the move and its consequences with James Kynge and Gabriel Wildau.

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