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The End of Currency Wars?

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Wed, 6 Jul 2011

Nations generally benefit when their currency valuation is low enough to assist domestic industry, making their exports cheap and imports expensive. But when a trading partner intervenes in currency markets to enforce a low valuation, then international tension may arise. In the fourth of a series

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