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  • bdannye bdannye Mar 19, 2013 11:51 AM Flag

    global sustainable currency summit.............bye-bye dollar


    Global Sustainable Currency Summit, as a satellite meeting of Euro-Asia Economic forum, will be held in Xi’an from 26-28 September, 2013. This conference aims to show solutions how to overcome losses because of currency speculations and currency wars, economic crises due to budgetary shortcomings and currency problems. And develop a harmonized currency system without injustices to developing countries allowing a level-playing trade field for all. Well-designed program consists of four parts: plenary sessions, panel discussions and press conferences. The topics of GSCS will cover currency issues, monetary policy, banking systems, economic interdependence and the possible merits of the creation of a global currency. Press conferences will report and release the latest findings and relevant data by WTO, IMF, World Bank, ECB, and PBC etc.

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    • The U.S. government, military, and U.S. dollar have ruled long enough.
      Time for someone else to step in and be the reserve currency.
      I have been buying the Canadian dollar, Australian dollar, Swiss franc, Korean won, and Chinese reminbi....
      You would be a fool to have all your investments in U.S. dollars

      • 1 Reply to rembrandt.john
      • You can cover yourself by simply buying gold and silver. It has been and always will be the standard of wealth and hedge against government paper currency. Canadian and Ausi dollar are just bets on commodity prices. Korea could get blown up and China has the risk of civil unrest and collapse. Swiss franc is in too short of supply to become the world currency but is good bet to go up in value.

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