How the U.S. Could Pressure North Korea Tomorrow: Quit the $100 Bill
By DAVID WOLMAN | Time.com – 7 hrs ago
U.S. negotiators are heading into a second day of what have been dubbed "serious and substantial" talks with North Korean officials. Yet amidst all the discussion of how the U.S. will attempt to work with Kim Jon-un, there has been little (open) speculation as to whether Dear Leader Junior might crank up production of $100 and $50 bills. No, not North Korean 100- or 50-won banknotes, worth about as much as old tissues. I'm talking about fake greenbacks -- or, as the U.S. Secret Service has dubbed them, "superdollars."
http://news.yahoo.com/u-could-pressure- … 00585.html
the article goes on to say that they have been doing this for a decade...other countries have done this too such as China.It devalues our currency so maybe we need to discard the paper money for something else.
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