26 Jul 2010

Exchange Rate Manipulation and International Law

In a recent update from the American Society of International Law we find the coverage on a interesting issue; the international law relating to exchange rate manipulation. Written in the backdrop of the United States urging (or rather pressurizing) the Chinese Government to undertake reform of the currency valuation of China, the paper covers over the 'Existing International and Domestic Law on Exchange Rate Manipulation' covering the IMF mandate, the domestic law of United States on the issue, the stipulations under the WTO agreements to make interesting insights on the issue. The paper provides an interesting insight on the issues involved and the possible outcomes under international law. 

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