World’s Main Reserve Currency in Trouble

Finance officials from Beijing in Moscow on Thursday held a videoconference to discuss the creation of a "supra-national reserve currency ," the latest evidence of the support China is getting from developing countries as it seeks to replace the U.S. dollar as the world’s main reserve currency. This controversial proposal - and the…
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