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Has China done enough to placate yuan detractors?

China's tightly-controlled currency has been in the spotlight in June after the central bank guided the yuan higher through strong midpoint fixings, sending it to a more than two-year high earlier this month.

China has been long criticized by Washington for engineering yuan depreciation to shake out speculators and support exports.

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However, officials took a step towards currency liberalization in March when the central bank widened the yuan's trading band to 2 percent from 1 percent.

Do you think the government has done enough to deflect criticism of Beijing being a currency manipulator?

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