WASHINGTON — A coalition of business, labor and agriculture trade associations, regrouping after the Bush administration said last month it would reject a planned petition on China’s currency policies, said it will shelve the filing for now, but will keep pressure on the administration for results on China.

Fair Currency Alliance members, consisting of several trade groups, including the National Council of Textile Organizations, held a press conference here Monday to say they were surprised and disappointed by the administration’s decision to stymie the petition, but that they are still willing to work with U.S. officials.

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