amero

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See also: amerò

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From America, perhaps modelled on euro; coined by Canadian politician Herb Grubel in 1999.

Noun[edit]

amero ‎(plural ameros)

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  1. A proposed unified currency of Canada, the United States, and Mexico.
    • 2003, Louis-Philippe Rochon, Mario Seccareccia, Dollarization: lessons from Europe and the Americas
      The amero notes and coins will have in common abstract designs on one side. Notes and coins will be produced in each of the three countries...
    • 2006, Amy Verdun, Britain and Canada and their large neighboring monetary unions
      From the US point of view, the key benefit of the amero model - reduced transactions costs - would be fully duplicated by the dollarization alternative.
    • 2006, Vasu Brown, Digital Xchange - Boring Ways to Learn the DX Market
      The Amero would increase the GDP of the US by only roughly 15%.

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