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When an economist says that a currency has become stronger, he or she means that
a) it will buy less of foreign goods.
b)it can be exchanged for more of a foreign currency.
c)services, unlike goods, can be exported freely.
d)there are very few things that the currency cannot buy in a foreign market.

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    B.

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    C
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    MarieJ answers are 100% correct I just took the quick check if your in connections academy economics then those answers are correct :)

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