The Indian tourist board recently announced that the dollar would no longer be accepted at tourist locations such as the Taj Mahal. Although, this is hardly a major blow to the US currency it is indicative of how perceptions to the dollar are gradually changing. Dollar no longer welcome at Taj Mahal
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