China’s management of its currency, the yuan, is under fresh scrutiny after recent weakening brought it back into focus in the U.S.-China trade war. The yuan slid closer to 7 to the dollar, a line it hasn’t crossed in more than 10 years, just as the two sides again ratcheted up tariffs with threats of more to come. Chinese officials say they favor a stable currency, and economists say some weakness in the currency is justified. But since a weaker exchange rate makes Chinese goods cheaper, there’


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