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Currencies: A 1970s Flashback?

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Mon, 18 Mar 2013

Some of what worries people about the recent drift toward currency war is its similarity to an ugly past. The competition among nations to gain advantage by depressing the foreign exchange value of their currencies, coupled with rising fuel prices and easy monetary policies, can, in a certain light

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