After spending several paragraphs calling out China for manipulating the yuan to keep its value...
After spending several paragraphs calling out China for manipulating the yuan to keep its value low, the Treasury Department declines to formally name the country a "currency manipulator." Treasury does note the 12% real appreciation in the yuan since June 2010 along with a decline in China's trade surplus as indicating the country is moving on the right path.
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