China's currency flexibility a big hit with FA readers

FinanceAsia’s readership evidently includes a group of determined Chinese patriots, leading to a surprise (and suspicious) swing in our voting.

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Last week, we asked our readers what they thought about China's new currency flexibility and whether it would be sufficient to keep American politicians at bay. The early voting was close. Some readers thought it would not be sufficient, while others thought it was a bit more complicated -- it might keep Timothy Geithner at arm's length, but not necessarily for long.

Nobody voted Yes. At least, not until last Wednesday, when almost all of the Yes votes we received all week arrived in the space of a few minutes from a range of IP...

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