A review of finance in the Cold War Intensification World.
Soviet Central Bank 15 Potential Economies
Big Four Economies
Most likely to be beside Russia, China, Japan, Israel and Nigeria as the major economies by 2020.
- Democratic People's Transitional Republic of Britain (not including the Federated Republic of Scotland and the People's State of Northern Ireland)
- Democratic State of America
- Socialist Popular Democratic Republic of Turkey
- Transitional People's State of the Democratic Australia
- Islamic Arab Socialist Jamahiraya of the State of Great Libya
- Transitional Emergency Popular Federal Democratic State of South Africa
- Republic of the Socialist India
- German People's Transitional State
- French Socialist State
- Democratic Socialist People's Republic of Thailand
- Republic of Malaysia
- Communist Federated State of Indonesia
- Republic of Brazil
- Democratic People's State of Argentina
- Communist People's Republic of Chile
Economic Organizations (tight ones) Supported by Russia
Summary List of the Groups
Economic Pacts/ Cooperation Organisations
- Lagos Economic Development Initiative/ Lagos African Islamic Economic Co-Operation Alliance (various countries in West Africa, North Africa and notably also Mozambique, Cameroon and Tanzania)
- Jakarta Economic Co-Operation Conference (informal)/Jakarta Development Pact (formal) (various countries in Asia)
- Istanbul Agreement (informal) (Turkic countries, Iran and other Middle Eastern states)
- Israeli-European Joint Co-Operation Forum (Western Europe and Israel)
- Ex-Soviet Development Forum (ex-USSR)
- Pan-American Economic Group (Americas)
- World Economic Co-Operation Organisation (the world, UN umbrella org. )
- G-15 Socialist Economies (strongest pro-Russian economies)
- G-12 Transitional Economies (Western Europe and North America)
- G-9 Pacific Economies (Australasian and Pacific economies)
- African United Development Bank (Africa)
- Arab Islamic Alliance Financial Bank (Arabia)
- Co-Operative Central Bank of Turkic Countries (Turkic states and Cyprus)
- South Asian Prosperity Bank (southern Asia)
- Asian People's Bank (East and Southeast Asia, Australasia)
- United Bank of Western Europe and North America (Western Europe and North America)
- Latin American Revolutionary Bank of the People (Latin America)
- Russian and East European Commercial, Architectural and Worker's Bank (Eastern Europe and Russia)
- Australasian Bank (Australasia and Pacific)
UN Umbrella Groups (all are global)
- World Currency and Resources Fund
- World Monetary and Financial Monitoring Authority
- World Resource Extraction and Trading Corporation
- World Economic Development Bank and Fund
- World Economic Managements Agency
African United Development Bank
This is the AU-owned Central Bank of Africa. The stocks are owned directly by the AU and its member nations. Stock is distributed by a yearly review of the bank to its member nations. At least 30% is kept by the AU directly every year. The largest stockholders include Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya and Algeria. The bank operates as the sole bank in the AU. It is allowed to issue currencies and bonds, among others. The AU calls it a step towards the creation of a united Africa. It is split into several branches.
- The Cairo African United Development Bank, the bank responsible for affairs in Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Mauritius, Comoros and Seychelles.
- The Tunis African United Development Bank, the bank responsible for affairs in Tunisia, Algeria, Chad, Niger and Algeria.
- The Casablanca African United Development Bank, the bank responsible for affairs in Morocco, Mauritania, Mali, Cape Verde, Senegal, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea, Liberia and Cote d' Ivoire.
- The Lagos African United Development Bank, the bank responsible for affairs in Nigeria, Ghana, Benin, Togo, Burkina Faso, Equatorial Guinea, Sao Tome and Principe and Central African Republic.
- The Doula African United Development Bank, the bank responsible for affairs in Cameroon, Gabon, Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Burundi.
- The Nairobi African United Development Bank, the bank responsible for affairs in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique and Madagascar.
- The Luanda African United Development Bank, the bank responsible for affairs in Angola, Namibia and Botswana.
- The Harare African United Development Bank, the bank responsible for affairs in Zimbabwe and overseas territories in Africa.
- The Johannesburg African United Development Bank, the bank which is responsible for affairs in South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland.
- The headquarters in Lagos.