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That is neither here nor there. The reparations, I mean. The war debt alone would have made inflation tempting.

And you need a "currency collapse" for a hyperinflation is a bit tautological; a currency collapse is surely a currency crisis.

And there are other hyperinflation examples, so it is a possibility to get a currency crisis without overvaluation.

by IM on Fri Jun 3rd, 2011 at 09:26:43 AM EST
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