It has been known much longer that the Netherlands does not have much of their gold reserves stored in the vaults of the Dutch Central Bank, only 10%. 600 Tons of the gold reserve of the Netherlands is stored abroad, the vast majority in America. There lies our gold safe? Even better, is the gold of the Netherlands still uberhaupt there be since the most wild stories circulating on the vaults of the Fed?
The reason that a large amount of the gold reserve of the Netherlands abroad is the Second World War. During the war, the state was afraid the gold by the occupiers would be taken, so the reserves are located elsewhere. But why is the gold after the war and reconstruction are not brought back to the Netherlands? The response of the Dutch Bank is meaningless: "It is good, and there is no reason to get it back.".
The pronunciation of the Dutch Bank is notable as already announced that America has become very difficult to do on gold back to countries that request it, so the question comes up floating or America something to hide. Previously, Germany and Switzerland zero on the petition received in the demand for the gold to take back to the vaults of the country. In addition, also begins to feel the wetness politics and one is busy preparing for an audit of the gold reserves stored in the vaults of the U.S..
Netherlands is really so naive that they think that the gold in the vaults of America is good, or is it too afraid to face the truth here? Where the gold is no longer present in the vaults of the Fed, this namely a big blow to the financial stability of the Netherlands. But even worse, for other countries since almost all European countries, large quantities of gold reserves are stored have in America.
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