- A currency that is not readily accepted for payment in international trade.
American business jargon. 2014.
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Soft currency — indicates a type of currency whose value may depreciate rapidly or that is difficult to convert into other currencies. It is generally less desirable than hard currency to users. Soft currency can be in the form of paper, electronic or debt based … Wikipedia
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