China’s currency has been weakened by the recent depreciation of the yuan and its falling value against the dollar, as a result of the fall in the value of the dollar and the drop in oil prices.
The yuan, which had gained 1.7% in value against a basket of major currencies over the past week, is now losing 2.5% against the US dollar.
The ruble, which has gained 1% in the past month, has also weakened.
The ruble’s fall is a big blow for foreign investors in the region and in the world economy, with its weakening effect on Chinese companies and consumers.
It has helped push down the value, which is a major factor in the weakening of global economic growth.
The drop in the yuan is a blow for China’s exporters, which have struggled to import more Chinese goods due to low oil prices and the weak ruble.
This has driven up costs of imported goods.
The government has imposed an import tax on foreign imports of certain goods to help support the country’s struggling economy.
The tax is expected to be introduced this month.
The impact on the Chinese economy, which depends heavily on exports, will be difficult to predict, said Yves Boesch, head of the commodities consultancy firm BV Asset Management.
The Chinese government is trying to make up for the ruble drop, which it says will help boost growth.
It is also attempting to contain inflation, with the government introducing a new 10% tax on food and drink, to help fund the government’s plan to reduce the amount of cash that can be spent in the country.
The central bank is also trying to boost domestic consumption, with a new tax on cars and a lower petrol tax.
But the government will need to boost exports to bring down inflation.
The fall in oil price and the falling value of China’s dollar have also hurt the Chinese currency, which lost 8.4% against a dollar basket of currencies over a week.
The currency lost 2.9% against gold, a basket that includes the US.
The dollar has also fallen against the euro and the Japanese yen, which both fell in value.
China’s yuan was trading at 5.65 yuan per US dollar on Tuesday.
The Chinese government has also reduced its reserve requirement for the yuan, from about 2.3% to 2.2%, which is also helping reduce the dollar’s effect on the currency.
But, for the moment, the government is buying more Chinese debt, as it has increased its holdings of dollars.