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IMF HQ played host to many disgruntled bankers and finance ministers this weekend

We may be on the brink of a currency war, which could have devastating effects on the global economic recovery. The Americans accuse the Chinese of forcing the value of the renmimbi down artificially in order to maintain growth in their export sector.  The Chinese accuse the Americans of stimulating inflation in the developing nations with their ultra low interest rates.  The Japanese government is selling yen in an…

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