In Currency Rout, Emerging Nations Save $2.8 Trillion War ChestBy and
Russia, Thailand are accepting of currency depreciation
Lower commodity prices and debt help limit the side-effects
Developing nations are embracing the greater competitiveness that comes with the beating their currencies have taken, leaving their rainy day funds untouched.
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