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China's Currency Devaluation Explained

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dot1q1 (2 months ago)
that explains nothing. pull this video down
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Tasso Yami (1 year ago)
i'd prefer someone who actually knows what they are talking about
faarhaann khan (2 years ago)
I didn't get shit
Shae (2 years ago)
Long live the PRC
Aaron Hager (2 years ago)
that explained nothing....
theyoung things (2 months ago)
Lol
Fleur van Haastert (3 years ago)
This is the first time I actually got it, thank you
Karma (1 year ago)
Fleur van Haastert say what?
empty (3 years ago)
That's a LOT of panning in shots.
Noob Noob (3 years ago)
I always appreciate this kind of dumb-down explanations for econ noobs
NoName (1 year ago)
Gucci Mane Study commerce at Uni! I'm doing Accounting and maybe Finance
Mohammed (2 years ago)
Khan Academy has a pretty good piece on this. Check it out. If you want to build wealth, read Benjamin Graham " The Intelligent Investor" and Adam Smith "The Wealth of Nations"
Gucci Mane (2 years ago)
Im a econ noob and im really interested in learning about this, it's fascinating because i want to be rich. Can you tell me where i can find detailed explainations about this? Thanks.

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