Amero

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The Amero is the proposed currency for the proposed North American Union. The introduction of a supranational currency has been discussed since the 1990s[1] and coins have been minted annually since 2007.[2] If circulated, the Amero would replace the United States Dollar, Canadian Dollar, and Mexican Peso. Some commentators have argued that the Amero's introduction would impact each nation's political and economic sovereignty.

References

  1. Anon. "The 'Amero' What of sovereignty?"; Pittsburgh Tribune-Review; May 27, 2006. [1]
  2. Designs Computer, LLC; UNA Amero Pattern Coins [2]
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