US trade agency drops tariff threat against Vietnam over currency practices

  • Vietnam
  • Saturday, 24 Jul 2021


WASHINGTON, July 24 (Reuters): The US Trade Representative's office on Friday (July 23) said it had determined that no tariff action against Vietnam was warranted after the country's central bank agreed with the US Treasury not to manipulate its currency for an export advantage.

In a statement, USTR said it found that the US Treasury-State Bank of Vietnam agreement earlier this week "provides a satisfactory resolution of the matter subject to investigation and accordingly that no trade action is warranted at this time."

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