“RV and IMF” by David Harkness – 7.9.21


Entry Submitted by David Harkness at 6:32 PM EDT on July 9, 2021

I have asked the IMF three times to three different department’s the following with no response perhaps this is a good sign.

Another perhaps good sign as one of the Australian Banks who relisted the Vietnamese Dong at old rates has now removed the old rate to zero but still listed.

Dear Sir/Madam I refer you to the attached  link .

Can you please advise why your Member Country Vietnam (an emerging country), a very successful one in South East  Asia  has not be listed on the attached list of currencies. 


Whilst Vietnam and Switzerland have been accused of market manipulation of their currency this accusation has been forgiven some months ago.


Its good to see Vietnam is in the similar class of Switzerland a strong economy and valuable currency .

When will you list the Vietnam currency.

I look forward to your response   at your earliest convenience.   


I expect there seems to be some preparation for the RV in particular the Vietnamese Dong who have a better chance of an RV and redemption than any other currency.

We ALL pray for completion soon.

Kind regards,

David Harkness


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