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Stop China's market manipulations

Its approach goes against the operating principles of global financial markets.

If the world economy does not want to be flattened by a Chinese state apparently unaware of how risky its actions are, then we may need to make the conversation about China's markets much more public.


THE other day while I was crossing the street in Beijing, a car almost flattened me. Both the driver and I were outraged at the other's ineptitude. In China, if you want to avoid being hit, you keep your head down and avoid eye contact with the oncoming driver, since looking at...