G-20 must address currency issues, a Chinese official says

10/13/2010 | Reuters

Cui Tiankai, one of China's deputy foreign ministers and a negotiator of the Group of 20 nations, said China is striving to avoid a currency war. "We are doing our best to avoid that," Cui said. "But it requires efforts of all the G-20 members, not China alone." However, he said the G-20 agenda should not include issues concerning a specific currency.

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