North America

But then what can make us.UU. to recover, at least in part, the global leadership? Perhaps, in the extent that the rest of (especially Asian) economies, continue to grow strongly, while us.UU. do it in a slower manner, the importance of North America in a global context surely will continue to decline. It is likely lessons derived from this crisis for the rest of the countries, the dollar find it very expensive to recover its place (if it is to come to achieve it). Precisely this possibility of loss of leadership was, for a few years and with the start of this cycle the dollar declining, raised by some institutions, and this situation is that we sought a solution: it would consist of the creation of a common currency for the United States.USA, Canada and Mexico. And already would have up to name: the Amero. The Amero is an idea based on the currency of the European Union, the euro, whose proponents of the proposal include the C.D.

Howe Institute and the Fraser Institute of Canada and the center of research for development (CIDAC) A.C. of Mexico. It would be a common currency for extensible North America to the rest of the American continent. The currency when initially in the Treaty free of North America (NAFTA) countries, since Greenland is an autonomous territory belonging to the Kingdom of Denmark in Europe. The project is progressing and even proposed a date of release of this North American Monetary Union: perhaps 1 January 2010, Canada, United States and Mexico replaced their national currencies with the Amero. That day, all banknotes and coins denominated in United States dollars.UU. they would change at the rate of one to one by an Amero (A). Canada and Mexico will change their respective currencies, the Canadian dollar and the Mexican peso, at a rate that leaves unchanged the competitiveness and wealth of both Nations.