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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.

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

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.

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

Obama vows to get tough with China on currency

BEIJING/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama vowed to

World

China defends currency after Obama criticism

BEIJING (Reuters) - China dismissed U.S. threats to get tough on trade and exchange rates to ensure American goods are not disadvantaged, saying on Thursday that its currency was at a reasonable level.

World

China defends currency after Obama criticism

BEIJING (Reuters) - China dismissed U.S. threats to get tough on trade and exchange rates to ensure American goods are not disadvantaged, saying on Thursday that its currency was at a reasonable level.