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April 26 (Bloomberg) -- The International Monetary Fund is considering selling bonds to several developing countries to raise money to combat the global economic slump.
China and Brazil are among a handful of nations that have expressed interest in purchasing the securities, which would give member states a different way to contribute to the Washington-based fund. The IMF has never before issued bonds.
This seems to me like a big push towards a one world currency, world central bank idea. Was this the big plan all along?