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CHINA PRESS: China should continue to liberalize its exchange rate while
strengthening the monitoring of the FX market to prevent excessive and abnormal
currency fluctuations, Economic Daily reported on Friday. Citing Guan Tao, the
former director of the International Payments Department at the State
Administration of Foreign Exchange, the report said market players should be
better adapted and tolerant of two-way fluctuations in the yuan, and focus on
China's economic fundamentals. Guan said radical policy and erratic behaviour
from the U.S, as well as frequent verbal interventions from that country, had
created uncertainty and increased volatility in global markets.