• The Associated Press


The “worst is behind” for Japan’s once moribund economy, but neighboring China must do more to balance its breakneck growth rate and allow its currency to become more flexible, U.S. Treasury Undersecretary Tim Adams warned Wednesday.

Asia’s two biggest economies are making a larger contribution to global economic growth, serving as engines of that growth, along with the United States, Adams said.

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