• 2005-07-01

    * 人民币升值在即

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    虽然温总多次表示人民币汇率我们自己作主,但下面的消息表明,格林斯潘等很可能已经与中方达成秘密共识,一方面中方口气强硬保持面子,一方面悄悄安慰美国,近期就照你们说的办。

    人民币升值显然是迟早的事了。对于我的影响,则是在美国挣的钱拿到国内就不值钱了。还好,现在美元积蓄几乎为零,本地收入本地支出,不留后患。

    Senators Told China Will Loosen Policy On Currency

    By Paul Blustein
    Washington Post Staff Writer
    Friday, July 1, 2005; Page D01

    A congressional showdown with China over its currency policies abated yesterday, as two U.S. senators said they had received assurances from Treasury Secretary John W. Snow and Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan that Beijing would soon allow the value of the yuan to rise.

    But a new confrontation erupted over the bid by a Chinese company to buy a U.S. oil producer, as the House overwhelmingly voted in favor of legislation aimed at blocking the Bush administration from approving the deal.


    Sens. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.), left, and Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.), right, discuss China's currency with Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan.
    Sens. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.), left, and Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.), right, discuss China's currency with Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. (By Alex Wong -- Getty Images)

    Sens. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.), who sponsored a widely backed bill threatening to penalize Beijing for manipulating its currency, said they would postpone the legislation until later this year. Their announcement followed a meeting in the Capitol with Snow and Greenspan.

    "They have convinced us that the likelihood of real progress in China on currency revaluation is very real and could well occur in a very short while, in the next few months," Schumer said. "If we can get there by accommodation, so much the better."

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