Paul Volcker, former chairman of the US Federal Reserve and chairman the US's economic recovery advisory board

The order in which the world will emerge, post-recession, may still be unclear, writes Paul Volker, but a long slog can be expected. However, when the dust settles, there will still be few competitors to challenge the US dollar as the world's predominant currency.

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