earlier, before the G7 meeting, China had been asked asked not to hold the renminbi fixed to the U.S. dollar value. "We have already said time and again we are moving toward a more market-based, supply-and-demand based, flexible exchange rate. How long it takes, I don't know," said Mr. Li.
Mr. Li made it clear China won't b
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