Definitions

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  • noun A proposed unified currency of Canada, the United States, and Mexico.

Etymologies

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From America, perhaps modelled on euro; coined by Canadian politician Herb Grubel in 1999.

Examples

  • They are the ones orchestrating the devaluation of the dollar, and will pose as our saviors by offering a single currency called the amero as their solution.

    Setting The Stage For a North American Union Currency

  • The amero is a proposed currency for the 3 member countries of NAFTA.

    The NarcoSphere -

  • The amero is a proposed currency for the 3 member countries of NAFTA.

    The NarcoSphere -

  • The amero is a proposed currency for the 3 member countries of NAFTA.

    The NarcoSphere -

  • The amero is a proposed currency for the 3 member countries of NAFTA.

    The NarcoSphere -

  • The amero is a proposed currency for the 3 member countries of NAFTA.

    The NarcoSphere -

  • Also one more time, how is "amero" not already on the list?

    Sane or insane?

  • Other biased questions were also asked and elicited strong opposition to an "amero," NAFTA courts superseding state and federal ones, the Bush administration being allowed to proceed without congressional approval, the US being "harmonized" or merged with Mexico and Canada, and more.

    SuperCorridor Defeat? Don't Bet On It

  • Other biased questions were also asked and elicited strong opposition to an "amero," NAFTA courts superseding state and federal ones, the Bush administration being allowed to proceed without congressional approval, the US being "harmonized" or merged with Mexico and Canada, and more.

    SuperCorridor Defeat? Don't Bet On It

  • BTW, there's no such thing as an "amero", no matter how fervently YOU believe in it.

    Progressive Bloggers

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  • An international currency whereby the American monetary system and our treasury system become homogeneous with those of Mexico and Canada.

    May 19, 2008