Illustration the rebounding Chinese Yuan

By Doug Young & Rene Vanguestaine

After falling to multiyear lows, China’s yuan has come roaring back in recent weeks. But what has changed, and are the gains for real? And China approves the $69 billion merger of VMware with global chip giant Broadcom after more than a year. Does this signal a friendlier new approach by China to global chip M&A?

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