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The evolution and implications of the U.S. current account deficit

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  • Diego Vilan

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The global economy has focused increasing attention on the U.S. current account deficit. Placing this economic measurement in perspective is central to understanding its potential effects.

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  • Diego Vilan, 2005. "The evolution and implications of the U.S. current account deficit," EconSouth, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, issue Q1.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedaes:y:2005:i:q1:n:v.7no.1:x:2
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    Balance of trade ; Foreign exchange;

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