Vietnam's foreign ministry welcomes U.S. decision to drop FX manipulator label
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HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam's foreign ministry said on Saturday it welcomed the U.S. Treasury's move on Friday to refrain from formally branding the country a currency manipulator.
"Vietnam will maintain dialogues and consultancy with the U.S. over this issue," the ministry said in a statement.
(Reporting by Khanh Vu. Editing by Mark Potter)
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