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After a country's (not USA) foreign-capital flows are frozen, a large international supply of USD dollars shows up. What happens to the quantity of USD dollars demanded?

a. Quantity demanded of dollars goes up, at lower interest rates.

b. Quantity demanded of dollars goes up, at higher interest rates.

c. Quantity demanded of dollars goes down, at lower interest rates.

d. Quantity demanded of dollars goes down, at higher interest rates.

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