China's yuan not raised at G10 meeting-Thai c bank

The governor of the Bank of Thailand Pridiyathorn Devakula told reporters on Monday the issue of China's exchange rate policy was not raised at the G10 meeting of central bankers in Bangkok.

Source: Reuters

The United States did not raise the issue of China's closely-managed exchange rate at a meeting of global central bankers in Bangkok on Monday, the governor of the Bank of Thailand said.

"The U.S. delegate did not raise this issue at the meetings," Governor Pridiyathorn Devakula told reporters.


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