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The united states economy is growing at a faster rate than any of its trading partners. as a result, inflation is increasing. show and explain how the increase in inflation will affect the international value of the united states dollar and the foreign dollar. (make sure you use the concepts of supply and demand and the cost of domestic goods in your explanation.) explain how the changing value of the dollar will affect united states exports and imports. (make sure you use the concepts of the cost of foreign and domestic goods in your explanation.)

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