Amero

Amero

A proposed currency for a hypothetical monetary union of Canada, Mexico, and the United States. Proponents of the amero argue that it would save billions in foreign exchange transactions and would increase trade. Critics cite both loss of independent monetary policies and national sovereignty as reasons for opposing the amero.
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Marlboro: Linda Amero, Patricia Ding, Kyle Estabrooks, Staci Feeney, Iris Ferrecchia, Lola Freitas, Gabriel Jorge, Kristen Labossiere, Bailey Monti, Michael O'Connell, Joseph Paolilli, Grace Rosa, Benjamin Ryan, Heather Smith, Ariana Tinoco Garcia, Enio Ximenes.
To cite one example, Pastor has called for a North American currency called the "amero," which would not be unlike the new European currency called the "euro." (Interestingly, the intermediate steps to the European Union included the European Economic Community and the European Community.)
Debutta nel lungometraggio con Maledetti, vi amero (1979), presentato al Festival di Cannes e vincitore del primo premio a Locarno: e un ritratto della generazione del '68, sospesa fra terrorismo e disillusione, assai azzeccato e pregnante.
Don Amero has developed quite the reputation as a premium quality Aboriginal performing artist and at this year's 2012 Aboriginal People's Choice Music Awards, he accepted his award for Entertainer of the Year by pointing out no one else had as many nominations and not won an APCMA award up to this point.
Marlboro: Linda Amero, Collin Brodeur, Christopher Clark, Sean Corbett, Nathalia Costa, Jeremy Duquette, Staci Feeney, Heather Gow, Ryan Pelletier, Henry Priess, Jenna Setliff, Nayhara Simoes, Matthew Temple and Jayne Tynan
"This paranoid and groundless frenzy has been fomented and promoted by a shameless collection of lunatics and losers; crooks, cranks, demagogues and opportunists, who claim the existence of a top-secret master plan to join the U.S., Canada and Mexico in one big super-state and to replace the good old Yankee dollar with a worthless new currency called the Amero." Seattle-based radio host Michael Medved insulted many of his listeners and others sometime ago with his vituperative denial of the existence of easily documentable plans.