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Higher currency, less bubbly

16 July 2009 By Ian Campbell

The US Commerce Secretary made a blunt call for China to let the renminbi rise. Beijing should listen. A new policy would reduce global risk and assist recovery. Closer to home, a lower surplus would slow the dangerously fast expansion of China s money supply and stock market.

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