12.03.2013 - US concern on China currency fades
After years of grabbing the spotlight in US-China economic relations, US concerns over the value of Beijing's currency appear to be fading, giving ground to newer issues like cyber-security and trade secret theft. Some lawmakers continue to argue a weak Chinese yuan is robbing jobs from the United States. But action to force a change is unlikely and the issue will probably remain on the back burner as long as the US economy continues to improve. An increase in the value of the yuan, a big drop in China's global trade surplus and a rise in labor costs that has made Chinese products less competitive have conspired with a pickup in US job growth to take the wind out of Washington's sails...............................................Full Article: Source
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