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9. Some commodities lgygl_]gl}lgtinto rnternallonail@. Examples include : (a) Nontrad ables/
(b) H aircut" W . l
(c) H ousing / E$it a
ofthe bove 10. TE-inflaliorraie -r7 in Canada is now 4% less than Fbaf-iqJapan p
\purchasins ower arity, - t1a - Tgj6 F q Zf < \=**- - Based o n t he Trcg - ntrn
T dollar will be traded with a 4Vo forward discount relative to Japaneseyen.
yen will be traded *ith
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(a) Selecting Low Cost Production $i.tes w/
(b) Flexible Sourcing Policy
(c) Diversification of the Market -/ Jta|gu o f t he a bove
12. It is cpryentional to classify foreign curreru*exposures into the fgllowingJlpes: r)
t_gr.' at' /' n
exposrue, t ransgctioii exposure, and tr anslafi-o -exposure "M^
(b) economic exposure, operating exposure' and political exposure
(") national exposrue, international exposure, and trade exposure
(d) conversion exposure, and exchangeexposure ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course BUS 428 taught by Professor Xu during the Spring '11 term at Rhode Island.
- Spring '11