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Relations of foreign central banks

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boohickey11 posted on Sat, Oct 16 2010 5:21 AM

I'm trying to sharpen my Autrian Economics understanding and right now I think my weakest point is the subject of the relations between central banks such as between the US and China.  I realized I was weak after reading http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig11/hudson-m1.1.1.html. I was hoping some individuals may remember some good sources for this specific topic. I get a little confused considering in what ways one countries central bank's actions will affect a foreign central bank and the trade between the two countries.

Thanks for any responses.

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