China May Regret Pushing For The G-20 : Planet Money Finance ministers from the G-20 are meeting in Seoul this weekend. At the top of their agenda: growing tensions over how countries use their currencies to gain advantage in global markets.
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China May Regret Pushing For The G-20

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China May Regret Pushing For The G-20

China May Regret Pushing For The G-20

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STEVE INSKEEP, Host:

Adam Davidson with NPR's Planet Money team has this crib sheet for what's at stake.

ADAM DAVIDSON: Adam Davidson, NPR News.

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