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It would help if our allies -- particularly the Germans -- were to agree with our Treasury Secretary, because they have much more to lose from a devaluation of the yuan than we do.
The U.S. Treasury Department declared China to be manipulating its currency to gain unfair advantage in international trade late Monday, a move that will trigger formal action from Washington that could accelerate tensions between the world's two biggest economies.
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President Donald Trump said Monday that China's move to allow its currency to trade at a decade low against the U.S. dollar is a "major violation" that should warrant reaction from the Federal Reserve.