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Barcoo, a point to consider is that even if your imaginary situation was true it wouldn't stay true for long. If you think about it this phantom country would be raking in currency from it's exports, this would push up the value of their own currency, hence as I said it would not be possible to maintain a low currency under those conditions, it just can't work that way long term.

JR
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