By  on November 24, 2009

WASHINGTON — After a conciliatory tone struck by President Obama, U.S. senators are pressing the administration to take a more aggressive stance on currency reform in China.

Obama’s meeting in Beijing this month with Chinese President Hu Jintao produced no new agreements and led to a fresh round of criticism in Congress. In addition, the Treasury Department has failed to cite China as a currency manipulator in two semiannual reports this year, although Obama pledged during the campaign to crack down on China’s currency.

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