Nicholas Lardy

Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute of International Economics

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Senior fellow at the Peterson Institute of International Economics in Washington and author of China’s Rise: Challenges and Opportunities

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Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner met with a vice premier today in Beijing, and today's New York Times says China's  preparing to relax controls  on its currency.

Geithner Visits China; Will the Chinese Re-Value Their Currency?

Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner met with a vice premier today in Beijing, and today's New York Times says China's preparing to relax controls on its currency.

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