Definitions

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  • noun Currency symbol for the renminbi.
  • initialism US, Australia Roadside mailbox; a post box system used in rural areas where several houses collect their mail from a cluster of mailboxes at the roadside.
  • initialism UK Royal Marine Base.
  • initialism computing Right Mouse Button.
  • initialism Renminbi, yuan.

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Examples

  • The interview I read posited that the RMB is actually like a commodity, which I took to mean that affluent Chinese basically think about their net worth in dollars.

    Matthew Yglesias » US vs Zimbabwe

  • Some of the 4 trillion RMB is supposed to come not from the central government but from local and provincial authorities, who have no obvious way to raise it during a recession.

    China's Way Forward

  • Again, like all currency, the value of the RMB is based on money supply and demand for it.

    Matthew Yglesias » Dollar Dollar Bill

  • Some of the 4 trillion RMB is supposed to come not from the central government but from local and provincial authorities, who have no obvious way to raise it during a recession.

    China's Way Forward

  • Yes, the RMB is now undervalued against the dollar.

    China Makes, The World Takes

  • Yes, the RMB is now undervalued against the dollar.

    China Makes, The World Takes

  • You can cry that the RMB is undervalued all you want, but truth is, if the RMB was actually convertible, it’s value would FALL, not RISE.

    Matthew Yglesias » Dollar Dollar Bill

  • You can cry that the RMB is undervalued all you want, but truth is, if the RMB was actually convertible, it’s value would FALL, not RISE.

    Matthew Yglesias » Dollar Dollar Bill

  • To be clear: The RMB is now undervalued, and the Chinese government is artificially slowing the currency’s inevitable rise.

    Letters to the Editor

  • To be clear: The RMB is now undervalued, and the Chinese government is artificially slowing the currency’s inevitable rise.

    Letters to the Editor

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