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Peter Temple
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Here is a partial list of countries with public central banks (banks that are backed by the government, meaning they are much safer than private banks). I will keep adding more specifics to the information as I do the research.

Argentina

Brazil

Canada

  • Alberta Treasury Branches

Chile

France

Germany

Iceland

Italy

Malaysia

Norway

Portugal

Russia

Spain

U.S.

 

Other Potential Public Banks I’m researching:

Costa Rica

Royal Bank of Scotland (73% taxpayer owned)

Argentina

Iran

Myanmar

Uruguay

Libya (the recent war was mostly likely fought as a result of Gadaffi stating that he would no longer accept the dollar or euro, and in fact, was attempting to get the African continent to adopt the gold dinar as it’s primary currency)

India

China

Bangladesh

Japan (although a member of BIS, their debt is mostly internal)

Taiwan (modelled on Japan)

South Korea (modelled on Japan)

Other

Bank of International Settlements Member Banks

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