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Painfully cheap

13 April 2012 By Ian Campbell

The latest British trade figures might suggest otherwise, but a devalued pound has bolstered UK exports and growth. Big devaluations would turn the beleaguered Greek and Spanish economies around. But the competitive cheapening would come at a high price in lost wealth.

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