Turkmenistan: Monetary Reform

Abdulgamid reflects on the announced plans of the Turkmen government to carry out a monetary reform with denomination of the national currency. Increased liquidity will inevitably be marred by increase in prices for all types of commodities and services, he concludes.

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  • Is taxation necessary in the 21st century?

    Can new unearned money be created for the public good without devaluation, and inflation?

    Is there a new, and revolutionary paradigm for humanity which could help end poverty, starvation, environmental degradation, and a whole host of other issues?

    The answer is my research, and development project. It is called TRANSFINANCIAL ECONOMICS (see present essay on the kheper website).


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