When Cheap Dollars Help U.S. Exporters, And When They Don't

There's no doubt that the dollar drop has a bright side for some U.S. exporters, and a low dollar may increase exports ("The buck stops where?," International Business, Sept. 7). True--as long as it's stable and reflects the true value of a currency. An undervalued and highly fluctuating dollar, as we have had in the past two years, just creates confusion and is not a healthy base for the export of U.S. products.

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