Canada's Dodge on international economics

In the speech 'Reflections on the international economic and monetary order' given on 30 May David Dodge of the Bank of Canada warned China and other Asian nations that unless they let their currencies rise, they risk retaliation from the United States and Europe, in particular.

They also risk becoming the trigger of a "disorderly" resolution of dangerous global trade imbalances, Dodge said.

"Some countries have actively tried to prevent an appreciation of their currencies by intervening in the

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