AISI Calls for Action to Counter Chinese Currency Manipulation

November 2010
Metal Center News;Nov2010, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p46
Trade Publication
The article reports on the campaign against China's currency manipulation, headed by Thomas J. Gibson, president and chief-executive-officer (CEO) of the American Iron and Steel Institute Inc. (AISI) in the U.S. Following the delay of an international congress because of the crisis, AISI has urged the U.S. Senate to enact a legislation to deal with China. The bill will seek a legal remedy for the currency subsidies practiced by China and other nations, the organization addresses.


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