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New world order and currency wars

Responding to deglobalisation and decreasing global trade with managed currency regimes might have worked in the past, but not these days

IN 1944, delegates from 44 countries came together to create a post-war economic order. They created a framework to foster international economic cooperation by encouraging currency exchange stability and promoting global trade.

Asian countries did not enter this post-war order until the...

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