China Currency Coalition Disputes Chinese Trade Figures

February 2006
Metal Center News;Feb2006, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p82
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the China Currency Coalition's reaction to a report stating that China's trade surplus tripled from $32 billion in 2004 to $102 billion in 2005. The group believes that the surplus is more than $435 billion based on an analysis of trade data from 40 trading partners that account for over 90 percent of total trade with China.


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