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Impact of calling China a currency manipulator

SINGAPORE (Aug 12): The surprise announcement by the US Treasury labelling China a “currency manipulator” raises a lot of questions.

US-China trade war

US labels China a currency manipulator, escalating trade war

(Aug 6): The Trump administration formally labelled China a currency manipulator, further escalating its trade war with Beijing after the country’s central bank allowed the yuan to fall in retaliat

US-China trade war

Treasury spares China from currency manipulator label

(May 29): The Trump administration again refrained from labelling China a currency manipulator on Tuesday, a decision that leaves one of the president’s campaign promises unfulfilled but avoids fur

US-China trade war

US spares China from yuan-manipulator label amid trade war

WASHINGTON (Oct 18): The Treasury Department stopped short of declaring China a currency manipulator in its semi-annual report on foreign-exchange rates, averting an escalation of a trade war while


Wall Street faces tumult if China labelled an FX manipulator

(Oct 11): Wall Street is bracing for the prospect that the US uses this month’s semiannual foreign-exchange report to label China a currency manipulator, escalating the trade standoff between the t


Trump ties China currency decision to help with North Korea

WASHINGTON (April 17): President Donald Trump explained the decision to not label China a currency manipulator, which reversed a promise he made during the election campaign, as a function of recei

Trump drops campaign promise to label China a currency manipulator

WASHINGTON (April 13): President Donald Trump said he won’t brand China a currency manipulator, retreating from core campaign promise, though he argued that a strong dollar is hampering the ability

Trump’s Xi summit tests his promise to win on trade, North Korea

WASHINGTON (April 7): President Donald Trump began his first-ever meeting with the leader of the world’s second-largest economy on Thursday, the country he blames for stealing millions of US jobs a

3 investment strategies to adopt in Asia should Trump become president

SINGAPORE (July 26): Asia will be on the “front line” if Donald Trump follows through on his main campaign pledges.

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