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U.S. of A(sia) – United to Weaken the Dollar?!

Perspectives Content Submission

Wed, 31 Oct 2012

Our leaders want a weaker dollar and a stronger Chinese renminbi (RMB). That’s our assessment based on recent comments by President Obama, presidential hopeful Romney and Federal Reserve (Fed) Chair Bernanke. If you join them in that call, OK, just be careful what you wish for, or at least consider

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