"If we can meet, we will discuss about the Japanese and Chinese economies, and naturally the issue of currency will be included," Tanigaki told reporters in Tokyo after the Cabinet met.
Tanigaki told reporters in London on June 11 that China should ``act decisively'' to make its currency more
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