An angry China warned Washington that passage of a bill aimed at forcing Beijing to let its currency rise could lead to a trade war between the world's top two economies. |||
An angry China warned Washington on Tuesday that passage of a bill aimed at forcing Beijing to let its currency rise could lead to a trade war between the world's top two economies. China's central bank and the ministries of commerce and foreign affairs accused Washington of “politicising” currency issues and putting the global economy at risk after US senators voted on Monday to start a week of debate on the bill.
BEIJING (AP) — China announced Saturday it will ease exchange rate controls that have been criticized by Washington and other trading partners as part of reforms aimed at making its economy more efficient. The band in which the tigh...
China's state media warned Tuesday that U.S. plans to press Beijing through the World Trade Organization over its control of special industrial minerals known as rare earths could trigger a backlash and sully bilateral relations.