A top Chinese government economist says the U.S. decision to delay a report that might have...

|By:, SA News Editor

A top Chinese government economist says the U.S. decision to delay a report that might have labeled China a "currency manipulator" is a "positive signal" but a yuan adjustment is unlikely in the near-term. "We need to see whether China's export recovery will be sustained and need to see whether companies can cope with a stronger yuan," he says.