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The New Deal and Recovery, Part 21: Postwar Monetary Policy
The New Deal and Recovery, Part 22: Postwar Monetary Policy
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On January 17, the Saudi minister of finance, Mohammed Al-Jadaan, announced that the Saudi state is open to selling oil in currencies other than...