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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by Blakeway4 on 8th October 2011, 19:47

Spy9600 wrote:
The Atlantic Commonwealth is not an answear to the Pizen Pact, as our nations have way a longer historic of cooperation and interaction:
This has being planned for a long time.
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Hmm... the "way longer" part ain't true. Cheeky/Razz It should be the other side. Some of Pizen Pact members had way longer cooperation in their history. Take Shush and Okatabawashi for example or Syldavia and Shush? We already had trade with them during the Kingdom of Syldavia era (1127-1861). Cheeky/Razz

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The Atlantic Federation does not respond to attempts of cooperation in any part of the World. Of all Western nations of AIN, the Atlantic Federation is the most well seen in the East, having strong military Alliances with Syldavia and a historic of economic partnership with Karasem, Hiigara and Shushtrespistaz.

Yeah, we are having great deals with AF Smile
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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by Spy9600 on 8th October 2011, 19:57

The way longer thing means on AIN blake... which is only 3 years old
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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by Blakeway4 on 8th October 2011, 20:12

ohhh Cheeky/Razz
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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by Spy9600 on 9th October 2011, 02:32


Atlantic Commonwealth: Public awaits decision
Chamber of Diplomacy wiling to reconsider inviting Lorenta and Exaletas
Representatives unsure of Lorenta's diplomatic allignment as it claims to have interest in both Pizen Pact and the AC
Exaletas, a Northeastern neighbor to be invited anytime before November

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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by Spy9600 on 25th October 2011, 06:55


"A Peaceful Autumn Morning"
Commonwealth Flag waves at the Federal Congress as the AC is ratificated

The Atlantic Federation is now part of a bloc. Period. - Federal President - Sophia Elisian.
The next step was given. - Michael Kral - Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs.
A New Era begins. - His Majesty King Harold VI of the Northern Veratlantia.

> Corrailites were the first to sign the terms.
> Liberators City to be made a neutral zone for the Commonwealth.
> Atlantic Pound and Litusian Euro mark records on valuation.
> AF votes No on ASC - Cattala was given a "last chance".




Alianta Square, Liberators City
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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by Thomas on 25th October 2011, 11:15

Awesome brief update Spy - I really like the picture. Smile

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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by SmartbyLaw on 25th October 2011, 14:47

CONGRATULATIONS! I hope the AC will grow dramatically and prosper! Glad to see the AC a reality
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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by MiguelLeal on 25th October 2011, 16:31

Yeah, me too! Oh, is the Litusanian Euro different from the normal?
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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by Blakeway4 on 25th October 2011, 21:58

Giving Cattala a last chance? how awful is that! :shock:

LOL anyways.
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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by Spy9600 on 27th October 2011, 00:33


ATLANTIC COMMONWEALTH:
What's the future of our currency?



With the creation of the Atlantic Commonwealth, many economists now aspire for a common currency with Corraile and Llithustania. "It would be a major kick on the trade among our nations, and would greatly improve the flow of trade on the region" - said Michael Kral, ex-minister of finances for the Northern Veratlantia. "The AINERO, involving nations in the most diverse situations and regions wouldn't bring the safety we want." - he explains. The experts sees difficulties on a currency for the whole bloc, since Galbadia is Socialist, but still, a fusion at least with the Litusian Euro seems terribly tempting for the Veratlantean banks. Including Corraile would be easy and smooth, since it stands as a stable, developed and well-estabilished neighbor nation. "There definetely would be no point in excluding Corraile." - Said Kral.

Also, in the same region, these countries would be able to go through crisis together, from natural disasters such as Hurricane Peter, to tight moments as Europe is going through right now. For Corraile, it would be its major lift out of its minor condition on North America, for Llithustania, a chance to break up with the European monetary problems. However, it is not a priority for none of the involved countries, aswell as they need to see what happens on AC first. There are still rummors that such thing will happen, but the economists says it shouldn't happen anytime sooner than December 2011 or January next year. If successful, the Atlantic Commonwealth will accomplish major economic goals. It would be good to have neighbors to borrow sugar from instead of using our gas to drive to the store for it.
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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by Blakeway4 on 27th October 2011, 01:01

Common currency has a lot of problems. Especially inflation rates. So I guess its good in this situation because you aren't a lot of countries compared to AIN or EU. Smile I saw this in school today haha
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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by SmartbyLaw on 27th October 2011, 01:53

Interesting Read Smile
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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by Thomas on 27th October 2011, 10:38

I like the article - a currency union would be an interesting trial, especially with the changes the AINERO is due to undergo over the rest of this term.
Why is £500 written as Fifty Hundred pound though? Cheeky/Razz

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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by SmartbyLaw on 27th October 2011, 14:37

Why is £500 written as Fifty Hundred pound though?


LOL! I just noticed that Cheeky/Razz
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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by Spy9600 on 31st October 2011, 04:20

English Fail...
I knew that was gonna happen so I saved the project... :LOL!:
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Re: The Atlantic Informer

Post by Spy9600 on 12th November 2011, 09:29


NEXT
AC Welcomes Lorenta
Lorenta is the first non-founding member of the AC


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