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The strength of the US dollar is hurting other currencies. Here's how countries are responding

The US dollar is at a 20-year high relative to other currencies. Image: Unsplash/Kenny Eliason

Nate DiCamillo

Reporter, Quartz

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The value of the British Pound seems to be falling steeply against the dollar Image: Quartz

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Argentina's interest rate is almost 70%. Image: Quartz
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