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Currency war

21 September 2010 By Wei Gu

A top think tank proposed a U.S. raid on China’s forwards market to force the currency to appreciate. It sounds neat, but would be difficult to execute, and Beijing could neutralise its effects. Washington stands a better chance using multilateral pressure to force change.

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