Retraction: Exchange rate intervention and trade openness on the global economy with reference to Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) countries

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Retracted on the 17th of April, 2020 by the Journal’s owner request dated April 12th 2020. The type of retraction – plagiarism.

The owner of the journal was asked to retract this article because of plagiarism. The request came from the author of the dissertation, which was published a year before the publication of the article. The author insisted that there was significant plagiarism in the article that could not be adjusted.

Editorial staff carried out an investigation into plagiarism in the article published. When the manuscript was submitted to the Journals for consideration, the authors signed the Cover letter and attested to the fact that their manuscript is an original research and has not been published before. After that, the manuscript was accepted for consideration by the Managing Editor and was tested for plagiarism using the iThenticate program. Plagiarism was not detected. Later, after the article complaint and the statement of plagiarism, we used all the sources and resources provided by the complainant, the article was re-tested for plagiarism, and plagiarism was established with a similarity index of 69%.

According to the results of the investigation, the editorial board decided to retract the article on April 17, 2020.

The authors were notified of such a decision and reported that they accept and do not dispute the retraction decision.

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