Playing the game

11 February 2014 By Swaha Pattanaik

The oil-rich nation devalued the tenge by nearly a fifth. It makes sense: there’s no reason to use up currency reserves to resist a move that has many advantages and few drawbacks. Stronger countries than Kazakhstan would struggle to avoid the global game of beggar-thy-neighbour.

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