China is the world's largest nation in terms of foreign current reserves. It topped USD
3311.6 billion or USD 3.31 trillion at the end of 2012, an increase of 4%
from the previous year.
This added pressure to the Chinese government to let Yuan appreciate faster. The Chinese government will face challenges in pushing for a stronger
Yuan because of the huge amount of trade surplus, foreign investment and speculative inflow that flooded China's economy trade with cash.