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Competing with the Bank of Japan? - Summer 2015

Still hoping to be granted the fast-track negotiating authority he needs to bring the Trans-Pacific Partnership talks to a successful conclusion, President Obama now faces a potentially much more intractable problem, compliments of US lawmakers, unions and companies seeking to use the opportunity to strike at countries they accuse of subsidizing their industries with artificially low exchange rates. They have been putting the White House under intense pressure to include in any final deal provisions for binding sanctions against "currency manipulators."

The Obama Administration has been fighting these efforts, fully aware that such measures would sink the TTP deal, which it would love to conclude as a keystone of plans to boost the United States economy and strengthen economic and strategic ties with Asia. And the reason why it would be so deadly for this deal is not hard to find, considering that such a provision would leave the White House free to impose punitive tariffs on imports from any country anytime it wishes to do so, since no one really knows what a currency should be worth and when “currency manipulation” is at work.  READ MORE>>

 

 

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