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    Thread: What is Currency Internationalization?

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      Default Re: What is Currency Internationalization?

      Usually, currency internationalisation cannot take place without the host country making some well structured policies to deliberately ensure that its currency is used beyond its borders, there are few currency that can be used for internationalisation purposes, you cannot say that a country that is struggling economically can speak about having currency internationalisation because they don't even have the financial strength and capacity for something like that to be a reality.

      If the pound sterling is used for day to day transactions in Nigeria for instance, that can be a a currency internationalisation, when the Nigerian government was under the United Kingdom, they were using every thing about their currency which was known as the union jack, it was an extension of the pound sterling, as soon as the country gained independence this stops, that was a form of currency internationalisation.


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      Default Re: What is Currency Internationalization?

      When the dollar issued and used for local transactions on another country, then that phenomenon can be best described as currency internationalisation. This is not usually a common occurrence but there are some cases where we can see this happening, there are different ways that currency internationalisation can take place, it is either the owner of the currency makes a policy that allows other countries to use it currency at will or maybe they may do this in form of domination of that country, that is what is called neo colonism where one country can decide to be in charge of what happens financially and economically in the other nations through their currency.

      There are many countries that have decided to adopt this currency internationalisation as a way of growing their economy and become better on the world scene. The United States of America is a typical example.


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      Default Re: What is Currency Internationalization?

      Currency internationalization is the widespread use of a currency outside the borders of its country of issue. The level of currency internationalization for a currency is determined by the demand other countries have for that currency. Such currencies will also tend to be held as†reserve currencies.
      An important facet of currency internationalization is that the currency concerned is not used only in transactions with residents of that country but also in transactions between non-residents; that is, non-residents use it instead of their own national currencies, whether transacting in goods, services or financial assets.
      There are a number of benefits to a country whose currency is internationalized. It provides more certainty to residents, who can denominate foreign transactions in their home currency. They can also borrow in foreign markets without incurring exchange rate risk, potentially enabling them to find cheaper funding. In general, the underpinned demand for the currency should dampen interest rates and thus help lower the domestic cost of capital


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      Default Re: What is Currency Internationalization?

      Currency internationalization is quite an important thing that a powerful Country and its economy has to achieve so that their currency will be very visible on the World stage. Currency Internationalization is a systematic for a Country to spread the use of its currencies into other Countries to the extent that other Countries and regions can in some cases abandon their own currency and use such a currency, The U.S dollar is the number 1 most internationalized currency in the World, It is used across Asia, Africa, Europe. The level of currency internationalization for a currency is determined by the demand other countries have for that currency. Such currencies will also tend to be held as reserve currencies around the World as well.


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      Default Re: What is Currency Internationalization?

      When a country is very powerful economically and otherwise it can make some rules that will cause its currency to be used freely abroad, that is the essence of currency internationalization, this does not happen with just any country, there are a few countries that are qualified for this, we know the most popular currency in the world is the USD which has been the major player in world economy through its contributions to peace and the development of the different nations, so naturally people would want to be trading the USD without being afraid because they are a friendly country, currency internationalization is a sign of strength and control which we can also refer to as economic dominance.


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      Default Re: What is Currency Internationalization?

      Quote Originally Posted by elssayed View Post
      Currency Internationalization :
      Is The Wide Spread Use Of Any Given Currency Outside The Country Which The Currency Originated In and The Level Of Currency Internationalization For a currency Is determined By The Demand which other countries have for that currency and By Knowing The Amount Of businesses taking place Between The Countries But There are Some Important Characteristics For Currency Internationalization and these Characteristics are :

      1- The Government Of Issuing company Don't Impose any Restrictions on Buying or selling of that Currency by any entity .
      2- The Exporters From Issuing Country Or other Countries Must be able in issuing the invoices In that Currency because More Commodities are priced in dollar .
      3- Private and official Companies, banks and individuals Should be able to Keep The amounts that they desire because The currency Will be a reserve currency if the Foreign central banks Kept enough from That Currency .
      the paper analysis the selection of the country in which a farmer starts internationalisation it processes that some firms strategy physically shoes and non sequential internationalisationthat is they select a country that is dissimilar to their country of origin for their first foreign extension the reason for this is that some firms developed in their home country Three Types of knowledge that are useful to overcome foreign expansion difficulties knowledge to manage complexity developed by having multiple operations at home


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      Default Re: What is Currency Internationalization?

      Internationalization is one of the concepts that are related to the international relations is to make the region under international sovereignty or the participation of several countries in the management of their own affairs and is one of the concepts used in many studies and research with the Anglo-Saxon dimension but is not traded in contemporary Arab research and the history of the concept of internationalization To the social studies of the nineteenth century to Western scientists when the gaze was seeking international cries for the establishment of international organization has been repeated this concept also in the German thought when the aspiration to establish an international interdependence regulating the world before the World Wars and That the impact of this concept is the establishment of the League of Nations and then the United Nations later


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      Default Re: What is Currency Internationalization?

      Simply we can define Currency Internationalization as " The widespread use of any given currency outside the country the currency originated in. The amount of Foreign Currency in any given country is determined in part by how much the currency is in demand based on the amount of business taking place between the countries ".
      The amount of currency can also be related to the perceived value and if value is high more currency will be kept.

      Benefits:
      There are numerous of benefits to a country whose currency is internationalized. The main benefit is "It provides more certainty to residents, who can denominate foreign transactions in their home currency". They can also borrow in foreign markets without incurring exchange rate risk, potentially enabling them to find the cheaper funding.


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      Default Re: What is Currency Internationalization?

      Current internationalization is limited use of a currency outer of its country or issue. Amount of currency internationalization for a currency is set by the demand other countries partake for that currency. currencies will tend to give room for reserve currencies. Internationalization is not just used in transactions with residents of that country but as well in transactions between non-residents, non-residents use it substitute for their own country currencies, whether transacting in goods, services or financial assets.
      Benefit of currency internationalization is to prepare for necessity for it residents, can denominate foreign transactions to is home currency. Accessible to borrow in foreign markets without run into danger of exchange rate risk, enabling them to discover cheaper funding. The sum of foreign currency in any given country is to figure out how much the currency is in demand generated on the total of business taking place between the countries.


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      In simple terms, internationalization of domestic currencies can mean the use of domestic currency by non-residents in the country, and / or the use of domestic currency abroad both by residents and non-residents.


      Internationalization of a country's domestic currency can reduce the ability of the country's monetary authorities to control money supply. For example, ownership of rupiahs by non-residents in addition to being used for economic activity transactions can also be used for speculative transactions which put pressure on the rupiah value, which in turn affects the variability of the rupiah exchange rate.


      Concerns about the misuse of the domestic currency for speculative purposes by non-residents have prompted many countries in the world to try to limit the internationalization of their domestic currency. Most countries that have become comparative studies have limited the internationalization of their domestic currencies such as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and China.


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