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With the world focused on the threat of a US recession, the jury still out regarding growth in Europe and the first rumblings of declining growth in China, exporters must be starting to evaluate the impact of a slowing global economy on their bottom line. Couple this with a highly volatile exchange rate and exporters have a recipe for potential disaster. But is it? Most entrepreneurs are highly attuned to the impact of a downturn in their profit, managing the cash flow around which they have built their business very successfully. But there are other ancillary areas of an export business ...