Congressmen reintroducing China currency reform bill
Jan 24, 2011 | 06:04 AM
A bipartisan group of congressmen plans to reintroduce the Currency Reform for Fair Trade Act this week following Chinese President Hu's state visit to Washington.
"While Hu's visit resulted in no substantive movement to address a number of illegal trade practices, Congress will continue moving full steam ahead," Rep. Tim Murphy (R., Pa.) told AMM in a statement.....
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