EDITOR'S DESK
Crux of the Exchange Rate Spat
  
 



 
VOL.48 NO.25 JUNE 23, 2005
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  STABILITY, THE KEY ISSUE:Zhou Xiaochuan, Governor of China's central bank, promises to push forward the RMB exchange rate reform but rules out any timetable for the process  
  Cover Story  
China consistently says it will carry out currency reform at its own pace, despite nagging pressure from other nations that an undervalued yuan would lead to trade advantages of Chinese exports.
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PEOPLE & POINTS
Taking
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VIEWPOINT

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EXPAT'S EYE
Ode to a Baggy Uniform

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Take the Shirt
China's Commerce Minister Bo Xilai presents a T-shirt to EU Commissioner for Trade Peter Mandelson as a gift after they signed a memorandum on China's textile exports to the EU on June 11.
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