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Jerry Haar To devalue or not to devalue? That is the question. During the last decade, Latin American central banks have effectively steered the rudder of monetary policy, avoiding major devaluations of their currencies–with the exceptions of Argentina and Venezuela. Recognizably, there have been incremental devaluations in the region as a country may devalue its […]
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