China's Premier Li says will keep yuan basically stable
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China's Premier Li Keqiang leaves the East Asia Summit in Vientiane, Laos September 8, 2016. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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BEIJING (Reuters) - The Chinese yuan's exchange rate will stay basically stable at a reasonable and balanced level, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said when he met U.S. President Barack Obama in New York, the official Xinhua news agency said.
There is no basis for a sustained devaluation of yuan, Li was quoted as saying, adding that the Chinese economy has shown a steady upward trend and has ample room to maneuver.
(Reporting by Beijing Monitoring Desk; Editing by Eric Meijer)
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