Marcel van der Beek

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Last quote by Marcel van der Beek

In history, there had been a lot of monetary unions. A good example is the Dutch Republic in the so-called 'golden age', in the 17th century. The Netherlands were not one country but a federation of provinces and they agreed to have a common coin, a common currency for trading purposes. It was a very stable coin, its worth remained the same for more then two centuries.
May 25 2012
Marcel van der Beek has most recently been quoted in an article called The Dutch face austerity. Marcel van der Beek said, “In history, there had been a lot of monetary unions. A good example is the Dutch Republic in the so-called 'golden age', in the 17th century. The Netherlands were not one country but a federation of provinces and they agreed to have a common coin, a common currency for trading purposes. It was a very stable coin, its worth remained the same for more then two centuries.”.
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