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Why currency intervention isn't the answer

Calls for the government to do something about the exchange rate are more about political branding than solving problems.There actually isn't much anyone can do about the problem right now.Both Labour finance spokesman David Cunliffe and New Zealand First

Rob Hosking
Tue, 16 Nov 2010

Calls for the government to do something about the exchange rate are more about political branding than solving problems.

There actually isn’t much anyone can do about the problem right now.

Both Labour finance spokesman David Cunliffe and New Zealand First leader Winston Peters have called for some

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Rob Hosking
Tue, 16 Nov 2010
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