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Absolute form of purchasing power parity

Absolute form of purchasing power parity is a theory that explains how inflation differentials affect exchange rates. It suggests that prices of two products of different countries should be equal when measured by a common currency.


 

Absolute form of purchasing power parity is a theory that prices of products of two different countries should be equal when measured by a common currency. Also called the "law of one price."

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