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A one-hundred Chinese yuan banknote is arranged next to a one-hundred U.S. dollar banknote in Beijing. The US Treasury said in a report that China “has resisted very strong market pressures” over the past decade for appreciation of the yuan.

Photographer: Nelson Ching/Bloomberg

A one-hundred Chinese yuan banknote is arranged next to a one-hundred U.S. dollar banknote in Beijing. The US Treasury said in a report that China “has resisted very strong market pressures” over the past decade for appreciation of the yuan.
December 28, 2011
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