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Monday, September 19, 2005 

China Invited to G-7 Talks (Maybe If We Ask In Front Of The Other Six?)

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Bush administration, facing growing unhappiness in Congress over America's soaring trade deficit with China, will get a chance this week to present its concerns to top Chinese economic officials. [...] it was expected that currencies would play a role in the talks, given that the United States has made a major effort over the past two years to gain support from its G-7 allies for a united front in pressing China to allow its currency to rise in value. (AP)

Maybe if we ask them in front of the other six nations they wont say no this time... And now on to the ocean front property in Arizona.