Strong dollar policy

Strong dollar policy

Strong dollar policy is a U.S. policy based on the assumption that a strong exchange rate of the U.S. dollar is in the U.S. national interest and the interests of the whole world. It is also driven by a desire to encourage foreign bondholders not to sell their US Treasury Bonds.


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