OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland on Wednesday sidestepped a question on whether Ottawa would join Washington in accusing China of manipulating the yuan, saying there could be lots of reasons why currencies rise or fall.
Washington, engaged in a trade war with China, last week accused Beijing of deliberately allowing the yuan to weaken.
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“At a time of volatility in the global economy and volatility in the trading space, there can be a lot of explanations for why currencies fall and rise,” Freeland told a televised news conference in Toronto when asked...
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