In the third and final U.S. presidential debate on Monday, Mitt Romney once again vowed to declare China a currency manipulator on his first day in office. Most Chinese observers think this position is as extreme as it is unlikely, but ever since Romney first made that pledge a year ago, the reaction by policymakers in China has been a mix of frustration and exasperation. "The candidates find fault with China simply to win more votes," wrote veteran Chinese journalist Ding Gang in the state-run People's Daily Online. "There must be something wrong with the…[American] political system."
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