"Rigid exchange rates amid imbalances in revenues and expenditures present huge risks," Zhou said, according to Bloomberg News. He did not go into more detail on how or when China might change its exchange rate.
China's trading partners have argued that the peg keeps the yuan undervalued, and therefore cheapens its exports, exacerbating bot
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