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April 24th 2006

WTO advises China to revalue

Last week, the World Trade Organization (WTO) became the most recent addition to the chorus of voices calling for revaluation of the Yuan. The most prominent advocates of Yuan revaluation, which include the United States, European Union, Japan, and the International Monetary Fund had previously invoked the correction of global imbalances as the prime justification for reform. The WTO, in contrast, is encouraging revaluation on the grounds that it will enable China to conduct an independent monetary policy and control inflation. The Financial Express reports:

The yuan on Wednesday rose the most against the dollar since a revaluation in July, following speculation that pressure from US President George W Bush and strengthening Asian currencies will force China to allow faster gains.

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Posted by Adam Kritzer | in Chinese Yuan (RMB), Politics & Policy | No Comments »

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