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These Are the Biggest Losers Since the Yuan's Shock Devaluation

Chinese one-hundred yuan banknotes are arranged for a photograph in Tokyo, Japan, on Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2015. China devalued the yuan by the most in two decades, a move that rippled through global markets.
Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi

A week has passed since China roiled global markets with its first major devaluation in more than two decades. The epochal move hit beleaguered emerging markets the hardest, contributing to record lows in the currencies of Colombia and Turkey.

From Lima to Kuala Lumpur, here are the biggest losers since the orchestrated drop in the people's currency.