We have updated our Terms of Use.
Please read our new Privacy Statement before continuing.

A gift for China

17 March 2010 By James Pethokoukis

The U.S. Treasury Department may finally tag China a currency manipulator next month. Beijing may not rejoice, but should be neither shocked nor angered. The likely alternative is protectionist laws from Congress. And the label brings negotiations first, sanctions only later.

This content is for Subscribers only


Email a friend

Please complete the form below.

Required fields *


(Separate multiple email addresses with commas)