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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.

Business

Realities about  China’s BoP surpluses

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

World

ANALYSIS - U.S. currency push on China no slam dunk

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - China's currency is clearly undervalued, but pressure on Beijing to make its currency rise in value won't trim the U.S. trade deficit with China or reduce the jobless rate, say American economists.

Business

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.

Business

Renminbi and China-bashing

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

Letters

Promoting economic recovery

A new report on the global economy suggests the US should solve its over-consumption while Germany, Japan and China should boost their domestic consumption.

Global Trends

Promoting economic recovery

A new report on the global economy suggests the US should solve its over-consumption while Germany, Japan and China should boost their domestic consumption.

Business

Currency trends

Trade war looms over differences between US and China's perception of their currency values.

World

China commerce official sees no trade war with U.S.

BEIJING (Reuters) - China faces mounting pressure from trade disputes with the United States but there is no prospect of an all-out trade war between them, a Chinese official said in remarks reported on Tuesday.

World

ANALYSIS - Politics at play in Toyota woes; no trade war

TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. politics look to be playing a role in Washington's harsh response to safety problems battering Toyota's reputation, but no one expects a replay of the bitter trade wars that frayed ties and jolted currencies decades ago.