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Global Development Currency, Raam Europe, now circulating in Germany
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22 March 2007
The new Global Development Currency, the Raam, is now officially circulating in Germany and may be used side by side with the Euro in any shops and businesses that adopt the Raam Europe as means of payment. One Raam Europe is equivalent to 10 Euros.
Raam Europe is ready to begin circulation also in Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Ireland, Norway, and Slovakia, with other European countries following soon.
The purpose of the currency is to underpin development programmes in every country, help eliminate poverty, and support the efforts of raising every nation a high level of self-sufficiency, integration, and coherence—to help crown every nation with invincibility.
A prospectus detailing the issue of Raam Europe, approved by the Netherlands Authority of Financial Markets, is available online at: www.MaharishiGlobalFinancing.org.
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