Paul Krugman, a Nobel laureate in economics, said the proposed shared currency between Argentina and Brazil is a "terrible idea" conceived by someone with limited knowledge of economics, adding to public criticism of the plan being pushed by the leaders of the two countries.
"A shared currency can make sense between economies that are each other's main trading partners and are similar enough not to face large asymmetric . . .
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