How the U.S. is now trading in ‘zero’ yuan and ‘black’ yuan. Now, the only way to get it back is through a trade war

A couple weeks ago, U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron tweeted a video of a new kind of currency exchange.

It’s the new “zero” yuan.

He didn’t name the company or explain how it would work.

But the video was the latest sign of how the U., U.N. and others are finally catching on to the idea of zero-dollar trade.

As this story explains, this could be a game changer.

And it could make the U-K.

even more of a global power.

So let’s look at it in more detail.

What is the new zero?

“Zero” is a new form of money in use for a long time.

For the last two centuries, it has been used to exchange value and, more recently, to trade value.

But it has never been used as a medium of exchange, with its own rules of how it is to be used.

The U.F.O. created the currency, the pound sterling, in 1603 and has kept it as the official currency of the United Kingdom since.

Since then, the U.-K.

has been an independent country, and since the pound’s initial introduction in 1971 has been a major player in global trade.

It has become one of the world’s largest economies.

But since its introduction, the currency has suffered from a lack of regulation and an inability to settle its own currencies.

It is difficult to track how much it has lost over the years, and it is unclear how it will recover.

What has happened?

The U-k.

currency has been trading in a way that makes it difficult for anyone to know exactly what is being exchanged.

Because it is a fixed-base unit, it can’t move in the opposite direction.

But because it is tied to other currencies, it is easier to spot and track currency movements than a lot of other currencies.

As a result, the amount of money changing hands is extremely hard to track.

And because it can be tracked only for a very short time, it does not have a strong incentive to be honest with customers.

So what have we learned?

The most important lesson to learn is that the U is not a zero-denomination currency, which means it is not backed by gold or a government-issued currency.

Instead, it trades with a range of other digital currencies.

In this way, it effectively controls what its citizens can do with their money.

For example, the government has set up a network of exchanges that lets people exchange a small amount of gold or some other valuable item for digital currency.

But as with the U, it cannot directly control how that digital currency is traded.

This is one reason why the new system is so difficult to use, because it cannot be used to create a true virtual currency.

If it were, then we could all suddenly get back to using paper money, as we have in the U for years.

And we could use it to buy things, too.

And since it is an independent currency, it could be used in a number of ways that do not affect the currency.

For instance, it may be used as an intermediary for other digital currency transactions, as it has done in many other countries, such as the Chinese.

And there are also possibilities that it could have value as a store of value for other assets such as gold or other metals.

It also has the potential to be a payment channel for other services, such to allow people to trade money in exchange for goods and services.

But one thing is for sure, the new currency is unlikely to be widely adopted.

Some economists have argued that the current U.s. monetary policy has been too focused on the short-term needs of the government and its own banks.

And that might be a problem for the economy as a whole.

But what about Britain?

Since the pound was introduced, the British economy has grown by more than 10 percent annually.

That means the U and the UK have lost about $300 billion over the last 10 years.

It could not be much worse.

So why hasn’t it been adopted?

It is not like the U was the first country to introduce a currency that does not exist.

For decades, countries have been trying to find a way to use their currencies as a tool for international trade and monetary cooperation.

And in the early days, the currencies were all based on fixed-point currencies.

But those fixed-points have now become more and more fragile.

Today, many countries have introduced digital currencies to try to make trade more transparent and cheaper.

This, in turn, has created a number more currencies with different rules about how they are to be traded.

There are also the problems of government-imposed restrictions on the use of digital currencies, which could hamper trade in the future.

For now, it looks like the British