The United States isn't the only country unhappy about China's monetary policy.
When Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner last week asked Brazilian officials to lobby China to give the yuan a little breathing room (er, room to rise), there were indications that Brazil was generally of the same mind as the U.S. But Tuesday Brazil is clarified its position. Hint: it probably isn't what Geithner wanted to hear.
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