Monday, March 14, 2022

This Is Important.

And again about dedollarization. 

ЕРЕВАН, 14 мар — Sputnik. Государства-члены Евразийского экономического союза (ЕАЭС) и Китай разработают проект независимой международной валютно-финансовой системы. Об этом договорились участники экономического диалога "Новый этап валютно-финансового и экономического сотрудничества ЕАЭС и КНР. Глобальные преобразования: вызовы и решения", который прошел 11 марта в режиме видеоконференции.Предусматривается, что система будет основана на новой международной валюте, которая будет рассчитываться как индекс национальных валют стран-участниц и цен биржевых товаров. Первый проект вынесут на обсуждение до конца марта.Как подчеркнул министр по интеграции и макроэкономике ЕЭК Сергей Глазьев, Китай первым в мире перешел к этапу восстановления национальной экономики.
Translation: YEREVAN, March 14 - Sputnik. The member states of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and China will develop a project for an independent international monetary and financial system. This was agreed upon by the participants in the economic dialogue "A New Stage of Monetary, Financial and Economic Cooperation between the EAEU and the PRC. Global Transformations: Challenges and Solutions", which was held on March 11 via videoconference. It is envisaged that the system will be based on a new international currency, which will be calculated as an index of the national currencies of the participating countries and commodity prices. The first draft will be submitted for discussion by the end of March. As Sergei Glazyev, Minister for Integration and Macroeconomics of the EEC, emphasized, China was the first in the world to move to the stage of national economic recovery.
Well, isn't it peculiar, right? Resources based currency. Who would have thought, right? Nah, I am being facetious. It was coming and now it is being developed as a concrete project. In general, it is a fascinating topic to research in terms of correlation of resources, physical economy and military power as the main drivers of the geopolitics in the 21st century and as the explanation of the decline of the US Dollar because of that. I am talking, of course, about serious research and not by the US "think-tanks"--those people are academic frauds and know shit about the world outside. Expected from political "scientists" and other, as our friend Arctic Fox says, people with "soft degrees".

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