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Currency Squabbles Threaten to Tangle Trade Talks

The Obama administration is working hard to make new trade deals, such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership with 11 Pacific nations. But getting those deals signed by trading partners and approved in Congress will mean resolving many differences, including one over how nations manage their currencies. Protesters from U.S. trade unions and other free-trade skeptics say some nations manipulate the value of their currencies to give their exports an unfair price advantage on world markets,...

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