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Why is US Fed's US$600bil Treasury bond buying plan being attacked globally?(update)

WASHINGTON: The Federal Reserve's plan to buy more Treasury bonds has incited critics at home to complain of inevitable high inflation and financial turmoil.

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What now for US economy?

After mid-term elections, Fed will likely print more money to try to rev up the recovery.

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G20 inks pact to avert trade war

SOUTH KOREA: The Group of 20 major economies agreed on Saturday to shun competitive currency devaluations but stopped short of setting targets to reduce trade imbalances that are clouding global growth prospects.

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Currency issues heating up

SO, the United States has once again intensified its political pressure on China to hasten the appreciation of the latter's currency, the yuan, as a new legislation to allow tariffs to be imposed on imported goods from 'countries with undervalued currencies' was passed by the US House of Representatives over the week.

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Move to pressure Beijing to let its currency rise faster

BEIJING: China yesterday hit back at a bill passed by the US House of Representatives aimed at pressuring Beijing to let its currency rise faster by branding it in violation of world trade rules.

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Will China crash economically?

CHINA bashing by now must surely be the most popular sport among Western investors, mass media and institutions. China crashing now, China crashing a few years later, China crashing anytime and crashing forever is the mantra.

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As they fold, Indonesia garment makers blame China

JAKARTA: Mufardi Rusli's neighbors hunch over tables covered in brightly colored fabric, the whirring of their sewing machines echoing across his Jakarta neighborhood.

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Realities about  China’s BoP surpluses

Lin See-Yan analyses the realities about China's balance of payment surpluses.

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Renminbi and China-bashing

The best available scapegoat is China's exchange rate as US politicians don't want to blame themselves

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Pressure growing on China to revalue currency

WASHINGTON (AP): Pressure on China to allow its currency to rise in value against the dollar intensified Wednesday with a prominent economist telling Congress that the Obama administration should cite China and four other Asian economies as currency manipulators in a report due in April.