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Debate: Reserve currency, euro vs. dollar

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 +==See also==
 +*[[Debate: Dollarization]]
 +*[[Debate: Dollar-based global economy]]
 +*[[Debate: Should the dollar remain the global reserve currency?]]
==External links== ==External links==

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Should central banks replace their dollar foreign reserves with euros?

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Yes

The dollar is weakening day by day, and people should be given an option to exit this entire mess. Otherwise people will be left with nothing but paper having no value. The prolonged war on iraq and the unending presence of the US army in afganistan, is not helping the situation on the economy front. There is no point in continuing with something which one knows is on a decline

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No


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Yes

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No

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