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China's Current Rate
2005-5-23 9:47:03     
Should China raise its currency rate?An economist in London says don't listen to the Americans. But a market analyst in Hong Kong believes a slight movement is thinkable. Join Lin Shaowen on People in the Know.
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As the United States is pressing China for a current revaluation, an economist in Hong Kong says China should not to yield outside pressure, as it must make its own decision. But he also suggests taking action sooner than later. CRI's Lin Shaowen talks to Dr. Tao Dong, Chief Economist for Asia with Credit Suisse First Boston.

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