US, China central banks to discuss currency reform

The US has said it hopes to have more discussions this week with China on its currency reforms and ways to reverse the United States' rising trade deficit.

Speaking to reporters before Friday's meeting of finance ministers and central bankers from the Group of Seven, Treasury Undersecretary Tim Adams said the US will talk more on spurring China's domestic demands.

"We are in constant conversations with them (China) and we treat them with the same respect and dignity that we would forge any

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