U.S. lawmakers press Obama to include currency in Pacific trade deal

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* Bipartisan group of lawmakers is behind the letter * Japan's entry into trade talks has raised concern By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, May 30 (Reuters) - Nearly 200 U.S. lawmakers have signed a letter urging President Barack Obama to insist on new rules against currency manipulation in a proposed trade agreement with Japan and 10 other countries in the Asia-Pacific region. "As the United States continues to negotiate the Trans-Pacific ...

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