US Hints at Frustration With Chinese Monetary Policy

An undervalued RMB could slow global economic recovery, according to Tim Geithner

Thursday, October 07, 2010

New York Times finance reporter Louise Story breaks down Timothy Geithner's speech on monetary policy at the Brookings Institution and explains a new House bill that could allow trade sanctions on China based on the artificially low value of the Chinese RMB.

Guests:

Louise Story

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