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នូវែលសេឡង់ ម្ចាស់ក្សត្រីអេលីសាបេតទី២Elizabeth II,ជាអ្នកគ្រប់គ្រងប្រទេសនេះhead of stateហើយក៏ជាមនុស្សដែលត្រូវបានគេអោយតំណាងជាGovernor-General who holds reserve powers. ក្សត្រីនិងអភិបាលខេត្តទូទៅកម្រនឹងលុកដៃក្នុងការប្រើអំណាចដោយគ្មានការចេញបញ្ជាពីខណះរដ្ឋមន្រ្តី​ នីតិបញ្ញាតិ[political power]]
សមាគមប្រជាជាតិអាស៊ីអាគ្នេយ៍ On 3 May 2012 ASEAN+3 finance ministers agreed to double emergency reserve fund to $240 billion.
កំណែទម្រង់រូបិយវត្ថុ Several major historical examples of financial regulatory reform occurred in the 20th century relating to fractional-reserve banking, made in response to the Great Depression and the crash of 1929. These reforms included the creation of deposit insurance (such as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) to mitigate against the danger of bank runs. Countries have also implemented legal reserve requirements which impose minimum reserve requirements on banks. Mainstream economists believe that these monetary reforms have made sudden disruptions in the banking system less frequent.
កំណែទម្រង់រូបិយវត្ថុ Still other radical reform proposals emphasise monetary, tax and capital budget reform which empowers government to direct the economy toward sustainable solutions which are not possible if government spending can only be financed with more government debt from the private banking system. In particular a number of monetary reformers, such as Michael Rowbotham, Stephen Zarlenga and Ellen Brown, support the restriction or banning of fractional-reserve banking (characterizing it as an illegitimate banking practice akin to embezzlement) and advocate the replacement of fractional-reserve banking with government-issued debt-free fiat currency issued directly from the Treasury rather than from the quasi-government Federal Reserve. (For an in depth critique see Gary North's Gertrude Coogan’s Bluff,
ជំងឺភ្លេចភ្លាំង People who engage in intellectual activities such as reading, playing board games, completing crossword puzzles, playing musical instruments, or regular social interaction show a reduced risk for Alzheimer's disease. This is compatible with the cognitive reserve theory, which states that some life experiences result in more efficient neural functioning providing the individual a cognitive reserve that delays the onset of dementia manifestations. Education delays the onset of AD syndrome without changing the duration of the disease. Learning a second language even later in life seems to delay getting Alzheimer disease.
កំណែទម្រង់រូបិយវត្ថុ In an attempt to control the volatile, exponential growth of the money supply, some countries have created a currency board, or granted independence to their central bank. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand, the Reserve Bank of Australia, the Federal Reserve, and the Bank of England are examples where the central bank is explicitly given the power to set interest rates and conduct monetary policy independent of any direct political interference or direction from the central government. This may enable the setting of interest rates to be less susceptible to political interference and thereby assist in combating inflation (or debasement of the currency) by allowing the central bank to more effectively restrict the growth of M3. However, given that these policies do not address the more fundamental issues inherent in fractional reserve banking, many suggest that only more radical monetary reform can promote positive economic or social change. Although central banks may appear to control inflation, through periodic bank rescues and other means, they may inadvertently be forced to increase the money supply (and thereby debase the currency) to save the banking system from bankruptcy or collapse during periodic bank runs, thereby inducing moral hazard in the financial system, making the system susceptible to economic bubbles.
សង្គ្រាមឥណ្ឌូចិនលើកទី១ On March 23, Giap tried again, launching an attack against Mao Khe, north of Haiphong. The 316th Division, composed of 11,000 men, with the partly rebuilt 308th and 312th Divisions in reserve, went forward and were beaten in bitter hand-to-hand fighting against French troops. Giap, having lost over 3,000 dead and wounded by March 28, withdrew.
កំណែទម្រង់រូបិយវត្ថុ Both these groups (those who advocate the replacement of fractional-reserve banking with debt-free government-issued fiat, and those who support the issuance of repayable interest-free credit from a government-owned central bank) see the provision of interest-free money as a way of freeing the working populace from the bonds of "debt slavery" and facilitating a transformation of the economy away from environmentally damaging consumerism and towards sustainable economic policies and environment-friendly business practices.
ដែនជំរកសត្វស្លាបទឹកអាងត្រពាំងថ្ម The Ang Trapaing Thmor Crane Sanctuary is a protected area of Cambodia on the site of a large Khmer Rouge irrigation project built during the 1970s. The sanctuary was gazetted on 1 January 1999 and covers an area of 10,250 hectares. The reserve was set aside to protect the rare Eastern Sarus Crane ("Grus antigone sharpii"). Prior to the discovery of the crane at Trapaing Thmor, there were thought to be fewer than 1,000 of the birds left alive in the world.
កំណែទម្រង់រូបិយវត្ថុ Banks create new money as loans through fractional-reserve banking, resultant money is no longer backed by a tangible asset. Money does not represent anything other than the debt of another; the only "tangible" aspect of the system is the borrower’s promise to pay back the interest and principal on the loan. Debt and the ability of borrowers to service that debt then becomes the underlying currency.