2/19/2004

The BBC explores the decline of the U.S. dollar, looking at what's behind it and the effects on the global economy. The article notes that as goods and services flow into the U.S., and cash flows out, the value of the dollar feels constant pressure. It also explains that the fallen dollar has the least effect on the U.S. and that it actually helps U.S. companies become more competitive, reaping profits and boosting jobs.

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