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Hansen has devalued the honour of being Wales skipper
During FY18 the rupee was devalued by over 20pc to boost exports and discourage surging imports which created a trade deficit of about $37bn resulting in a record current account deficit of $18bn.
LAHORE -- The rupee further devalued against the dollar on Tuesday, amid rising demand for the greenback and tight interbank regulations by the central bank, reported a private news outlet.
He said that different governments have devalued the rupee many times - openly and silently - on the demand of exporters but it proved counterproductive.
Egypt's central bank has said that it has devalued the pound.
He conceded that those events had 'devalued' England's 3-1 Test series win as well as the current one-day series, though he wanted his team to go on and clinch the series.
The majority of business executives in Asia-Pacific economies believe the Chinese yuan will be devalued within the next six months, according to a poll released Wednesday.
In the past, the local currency was devalued several times but exports failed to meet goals.
However, since this decision, the Rupee has become the most devalued currency globally according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
He said different governments had devalued the rupee many times - openly and silently - on the demand of exporters but it proved counterproductive.
Angola's central bank devalued the kwanza by about 4 percent and tightened US dollar liquidity in September, after a devaluation of 6 percent in June.
United, with US$3 million in frozen bank accounts in the South American country, has suffered losses since the government announced that dollar-denominated tickets could be purchased with devalued pesos.