Currency Coalition Once Again Frustrated by U.S. Inaction

June 2006
Metal Center News;Jun2006, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p94
Trade Publication
The article reports on the action of American coalition against the manipulation of China on its currency. The American coalition has reprimanded China not to be fast in reforming its currency regime. China has revalued their currency by 2.1 percent in the month of July and has increased of 1 percent against dollar after that time.


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