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    Default Re: Japan 2nd order export report

    Quote Originally Posted by c1ue View Post
    This is what Armstrong thinks, but my view is different: Exported dollars are being used to buy commodities, but the act of exporting these dollars is largely in the past.

    The dollar is now being exported in a indirect manner. US prints money. China prints even more money to maintain exchange rates. The excessive money is used to buy even more commodities since China makes almost everything.
    Last edited by touchring; 12-23-09 at 01:40 PM.

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