There is no true international language, but when money talks, everyone seems to understand, whether you’re in Europe, Russia, Japan or the U.S. The ebb and flow of currency is the lifeblood of the global economy, but its valuation has become one of the biggest friction points in global trade. It now is the biggest single issue that is both drawing markets together and dividing the world’s major auto-producing sectors. The concepts of free enterprise and capitalism have fared ...
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