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The 1997 Asian currency crisis triggered by speculative attacks on the Thai baht prompted Thailand, Indonesia and South Korea to switch to floating exchange rates for their currencies.

The beleaguered Asian currencies then started to climb back to their precrisis levels as their economies recovered.

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