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G-24 calls for debt relief for developing countries

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Date: October 11, 2023

The G-24, a group of 28 member countries including China, is strongly advocating for sustainable debt relief measures for low-income nations due to their concerns over escalating, unsustainable public debt burdens.
They conveyed this message during the 2023 Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund on October 10.
The G-24's core mission is to coordinate and amplify the voices of developing countries on monetary and development issues, underscoring their commitment to global economic stability and the well-being of vulnerable nations.

Zero Point Energy Declassification

Trumps revenge will be Declassification of Zero Point Energy! Off-world vehicles not made on this Earth.
The quantum field theory predicts that there exists an energy of the vacuum resulting from the non-zero zero-point energies of the quantum fields that fill our universe.
Imagine if we could collect the energy out of thin air. And I mean it quite literally.You know how you were taught that a vacuum is nothing but empty space? That isnt exactly true, at least in the world of quantum mechanics. If you dive deeper, below the level of molecules, atoms, electrons and protons, and into the world of the tiniest subatomic particles, like quarks, you will see that even the vacuum of space can never be truly empty. It is filled with particles that randomly pop in and out of existence.But the exciting thing about those these fluctuating particles is that they generate energy that we could, hypothetically, put to good use.
Sources: twitter.com, beforeitsnews.com, www.youtube.com

The Petro-yuan announcement

China's Xi calls for oil trade in yuan at Gulf summit in Riyadh.
President Xi Jinping told Gulf Arab leaders on Friday that China would work to buy oil and gas in yuan, a move that would support Beijing's goal to establish its currency internationally and weaken the U.S. dollar's grip on world trade.
China to use Shanghai exchange for yuan energy deals with Gulf nations.
China's President Xi Jinping said in Riyadh on Friday that China and Gulf nations should make full use of the Shanghai Petroleum and National Gas Exchange as a platform to carry out yuan settlement of oil and gas trade.
Sources: reuters

Germany Basic Income of $1,400 every month experiment

As part of the study, 120 people will receive E1,200, or about $1,430, each month for three years - an amount just above Germany's poverty line - and researchers will compare their experiences with another group of 1,380 people who will not receive the payments.
Source:themindunleashed.com

World Bank President:China needs to participate in debt relief

World Bank President David Malpass said that the Chinese government and its creditors need to participate in coordinated efforts to provide debt relief to the world's poorest countries, as China has become a major creditor to the developing countries of the world.
Source:finance.yahoo.com

Basel III endgame strikes the Federal Reserve

U.S. Federal Reserve officials, led by Fed Vice Chair Michael Barr, are exploring changes to the 'Basel III endgame' overhaul for bank capital regulations.
This includes reconsidering operational risk calculations and potential offsets for mortgage servicing.
It marks a significant shift as the Fed acknowledges concerns from the banking industry about the policy's impact on lending.
Here is Michael Barr's statement:
'We want to make sure that the rule supports a vibrant economy that supports low - and moderate-income communities, that gets the calibration right upon things like mortgages.
So the public comment that we're getting on this is really critical for us getting it right. We take it very, very seriously.
That program was really designed in that emergency situation. It was designed for that emergency to say, we want to make sure that banks and creditors of banks and depositors banks understand that banks have the liquidity they need.'

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