A U.S. firm must make a payment of 1 million yen to a Japanese firm that has sold the U.S. firm sets of Japanese

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A U.S. firm must make a payment of 1 million yen to a Japanese firm that has sold the U.S. firm sets of Japanese baseball-player trading cards. The U.S. firm begins with a dollar checking account. Explain in detail how this payment would be made, including the use of the spot foreign exchange market and banks in both countries?


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