A U.S. dollar note (L) and a Chinese yuan banknote are seen through a pair of spectacles in this picture illustration taken in Taipei October 13, 2010. China’s foreign exchange reserves soared in the third quarter and its trade surplus remained hefty, showing that the country is under both economic and political pressure to let the yuan rise more quickly. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN – Tags: BUSINESS)
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