Foreign Shoppers See U.S. Stores as Bargain Bin With the dollar trading sharply lower in world currency markets, the United States has turned into something of a shoppers' paradise for much of the world. Europeans, Japanese and Canadians are coming to America in search of bargains. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.
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Foreign Shoppers See U.S. Stores as Bargain Bin

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Foreign Shoppers See U.S. Stores as Bargain Bin

Foreign Shoppers See U.S. Stores as Bargain Bin

Foreign Shoppers See U.S. Stores as Bargain Bin

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With the dollar trading sharply lower in world currency markets, the United States has turned into something of a shoppers' paradise for much of the world. Europeans, Japanese and Canadians are coming to America in search of bargains. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.