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No easy answer

24 May 2017 By Edward Hadas

Foreigners are happy to hold U.S. dollars, but a swelling supply of currency brings risks of a disastrous loss of confidence. With overseas greenbacks at 11 pct of world GDP and global politics fractious, the dilemma identified by Robert Triffin in 1960 remains all too pertinent.

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