Law360, New York (November 14, 2011, 1:34 PM EST) -- President Barack Obama on Sunday re-emphasized the need for China to bring its currency valuation and intellectual property protections in line with the expectations of the global trade community, following a speech in which he outlined new policies to increase trade between Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation countries.
Answering a question from the press on the last day of the APEC summit in Hawaii, Obama reaffirmed China’s need to adjust its artificially devalued Yuan in order to facilitate trade.
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