Currency Wars & A Pepperoni Problem : Planet Money Listener questions! How the U.S.-China trade war has escalated, including a move by China to devalue its currency. Plus the history of pepperoni on pizza.
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Currency Wars & A Pepperoni Problem

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Currency Wars & A Pepperoni Problem

Currency Wars & A Pepperoni Problem

Currency Wars & A Pepperoni Problem

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Shannon O'Hara/Getty Images for Pizza Hut
SHREVEPORT, LA - JUNE 29: A view of a Pepperoni hand tossed pizza at Pizza Hut on June 29, 2018 in Shreveport, Louisiana. (Photo by Shannon O'Hara/Getty Images for Pizza Hut)
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On this episode, we answer two questions from listeners. First, what does China get out of devaluing its currency? And second, how much of America's pepperoni ends up on pizza?

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