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This article explains currency overvaluation and undervaluation and reveals the means through which currency valuation can be measured. The benefits, costs, and consequences of currency overvaluation and undervaluation, including its implications for global trade are presented. Currencies such as the Chinese Renminbi and the Indian Rupee are discussed in detail.

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Farok Contractor

Farok Contractor

Rutgers Business School

Farok Contractor is Distinguished Professor of Management and Global Business at Rutgers Business School, a Fellow of the Academy of International Business (AIB), and author of ten books and over 150 scholarly articles. He holds a Ph.D. (Managerial Science and Applied...

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