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UPDATE 1-Diplomacy most appropriate choice on Chinese currency-W.House

Tue Apr 6, 2010 2:00pm EDT Related News Obama wants Chinese banking some-more market-based-W.HouseTue, Apr 6 2010Obama seeks market-based yuan; Congress impatientMon, Apr 5 2010U.S. says Obama seeks market-based Chinese currencyMon, Apr 5 2010Obama wants China banking market-based: White HouseMon, Apr 5 2010UPDATE 1-W.House-Obama wants China banking market-basedMon, Apr 5 2010

(Updates with some-more Gibbs remarks, details)

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WASHINGTON, Apr 6 (Reuters) - The White House on Tuesdayreiterated President Barack Obama"s enterprise that China change itsyuan banking to a some-more market-based process of unfamiliar exchangevaluation and stressed this would be pursued by dialogue.

"The administration department will go on to press the Chinese to... worth their banking in a approach that is most some-more marketbased," pronounced White House press cabinet member Robert Gibbs, citingupcoming meetings of the Group of twenty and shared discussionsbetween the United States and China as venues for talk.

"That is the approach we think is most appropriate at this point, and Ithink you"ve seen reports of the past week or so about theChinese commencement to take a little stairs and comprehend on their ownthat this is the most appropriate trail for them," Gibbs told a briefing.

U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner on Saturday saidhe would carry over announcement of a argumentative annual reportthat U.S. lawmakers had demanded be used to name China acurrency manipulator, receiving a step toward traffic retaliation.

U.S. manufacturers and their allies in the U.S. Congresscomplain that Beijing foul binds the worth of the yuancurrency down opposite the dollar to have Chinese exports morecompetitive -- a regard that a little European nations alsoshare.

"There is no disbelief that this is of good regard to anumber of economies around the world. I think the most appropriate thing todo is let Secretary Geithner and others work by thisprocess in these arriving meetings and weigh where we are,"Gibbs said.

Geithner"s move spares Chinese President Hu Jintaopotential annoyance when he attends a chief securitysummit in Washington subsequent week. Hu will additionally hold bilateraltalks with Obama on the sidelines of the meeting, Gibbs said.

(Reporting by Alister Bull; Editing by Sandra Maler)

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