ROME --(Business Wire)--
The UFWC (United Future World Currency) Eurodollar could be a major discussion point among the attending Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors at the upcoming G-20 meetings in Pittsburgh, PA, September 24-25, 2009. Aimed at replacing both the US Dollar and the Euro as a `single world currency,` the UFWC Eurodollar has been receiving a lot of international publicity following positive comments by world leaders including Russian President Dimtrij Medvedev, Italy`s Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
At the recent G-8 Summit in Italy, July 2009, Russian President Medvedev illustrated his call for a supranational currency to replace the US Dollar and the Euro by pulling from his pocket a sample UFWC coin of a `United Future World Currency.` The promoters of the UFWC Eurodollar think their single currency, based on a return to the `gold` standard or one of new precious metals such as palladium, is essential to successfully interlinking the global economy. They expect the Eurodollar topic to be included in the G-20`s goals to discuss further actions to assure a sound and sustainable recovery from the global financial and economic crisis.
Italian economist/journalist Dr. Sandro Sassoli, creator and general coordinator of the UFWC Eurodollar project, says: "We will be honored to have an opportunity in the near future to present the G-20 world leaders with the United Future World Currency concept. We believe that a single currency is an historic, economic and inevitable social process and the premise for an increasingly global planet."
Dr. Sandro Sassoli founded the UFWC Eurodollar in the mid-1990s on the advice of Arthur Schlesinger Jr., former advisor to President John F. Kennedy. Dr. Sassoli has also written the 10 articles that comprise the UFWC initiative`s ideal "Manifesto."
More information at: http://www.futureworldcurrency.com
Minted by the Royal Mint of Belgium - one of the first test coins is already on display at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. The original test coin was designed by Luc Luycx, the designer of the `common` side of the current Euro coins. In 2015, the Milan Universal Expo will be the first important public exhibition of the UFWC.
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