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The Obama administration declined to brand China a manipulator of its exchange rate while calling the yuan undervalued and vowing to press for further appreciation of the currency.

The Treasury Department, releasing its semi-annual report to Congress on the currency policies of major trading partners, said yesterday it will “press for policy changes that yield greater exchange-rate flexibility” in the yuan. The report also criticized Japan for unilaterally selling the yen in August and October, adding that the U.S. didn’t support those interventions.

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