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Global Conflict over Exchange Rates, Part I

August 17, 2012

Joseph E. Gagnon and John Williamson discuss the phenomenon of currency manipulation by China and other countries and why the United States and Europe are adversely affected. This is the first of a three-part discussion.





RELATED PUBLICATIONS

Op-ed: Time for a Fightback in the Currency Wars Op-ed in the Financial Times
September 4, 2012

Policy Brief 12-19: Combating Widespread Currency Manipulation [pdf] July 2012


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