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17 February 2014 By Swaha Pattanaik

The dollar and the euro are rising against many currencies. It means that U.S. and euro zone exports are more expensive, and imports cheaper. They can absorb the trade hit. But with inflation already worryingly low, the downward pressure on prices might be harder to take. 

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