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Sum of all fears

6 September 2017 By Neil Unmack

The central Asian country has slashed the value of its currency by half. Such moves can hurt consumers and banks and trigger runaway inflation, but Tashkent has levers to limit the risks. While tough tests lie ahead, this is likely to be an example of virtuous devaluation.

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