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The big switch to yuan and National Currencies

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News Date: March 23, 2023

Putin, Xi Vow to Use Yuan as Russia and China Move to Settlements in National Currencies.
Russia has vowed to move to use the Chinese yuan as a settlement currency with countries in Asia, Africa, and Latam.
Putin expressed that using national currencies for international trading 'should be encouraged further.'
Source: news.bitcoin

The Bank of England closed, fire in WTC Brussels

Weird recent events:
World Trade Center in Brussels was on fire (Aug 6) and the Bank of England seems to be closed for several days.
The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom a huge international Rothschild bank.
Sources:www.youtube.com, www.google.com

Loan relief for U.S. farmers has begun

U.S. farmers receive nearly $800 mln in loan relief from agriculture agency.
USDA provides nearly $800 million in loan relief, more aid to come.
More than 13,000 financially distressed U.S. farmers and ranchers with qualifying loans have received nearly $800 million in assistance.
Sources: reuters

The STORM Act signed into law

On Friday, January 1, 2021, the President signed into law: the "STORM Act," which authorizes the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide capitalization grants to States to establish revolving funds to provide hazard mitigation assistance to reduce risks from disasters and natural hazards.
S. 3418, the "Safeguarding Tomorrow through Ongoing Risk Mitigation Act".
Sources: www.congress.gov, www.whitehouse.gov

Reducing record debt, priority for Trump

White House says reducing record debt will be big second-term priority for Trump.
The accumulated debt is on track to surpass the size of the entire economy next year for the first time since World War II, and breach its all-time record in the coming years.
On the 2016 campaign trail, Trump promised to wipe out the nation's debt altogether over the course of his presidency.
Sources:thehill.com

G-24 calls for debt relief for developing countries

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.

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