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The wrong war

29 January 2013 By Edward Hadas

The downside of competitive devaluations is clear: international ill will and higher risks of both inflation and financial disorder. The upside is less clear. In developed economies, devaluations don’t always boost exports. They can also defer helpful reforms.

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