Living with super-yen

Desmond, Edward W.
November 1994
Time International (South Pacific Edition);11/14/94, Issue 46, p57
Reports on the decrease in the yen equivalent value of the United States dollar. Implications for the Japanese economy and on Japanese exports; Business adjustments to the rising rate of the yen; Absence of United States interventions in foreign exchange markets; Dollar-stabilization effects of interest rate hikes in United States.


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