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7. If the bouti price of the dollar increases the bouti will (appreciate/depreciate) and their exports will (increase/decrease). 1. If Djibouti buys 4 mil. more U.S. Fuzzy Wuzzies the dollar would (appreciate/depreciate) & our exports to Djibouti would (increase/decrease). 2. If U.S. interest rates are increasing faster than Cuba’s, the dollar would (appr/depr) & our imports from Cuba would (incr/decr). 3. If prices are increasing more in Canada than in the U.S., the Canadian loonie will (appr/depr) and Canada’s exports will (increase/decrease).
4. If the U.S. growth rate is slower than that of China, the dollar will (appreciate/depreciate) and U.S. exports to China will (increase/decrease).
5. If the dollar price of the renminbi decreases, the dollar has (appreciated/depreciated) and our imports from China will (increase/decrease).
6. If the Congo wants to buy 2 million American Piggy Wiggies, the dollar (appreciates/depreciates)...
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