London, U.K. (AP) There’s a new city to visit in London this month and it’s not a big city.
It’s not even a major city.
It’s a major financial hub in Africa.
And, as in most major cities in the world, it’s dominated by a single currency.
The dollar, which was the official currency of Africa in 1960s and 1970s, has since fallen out of favor.
The U.S. dollar has lost more than 70 percent of its value since the year 2000, and the euro has lost about 30 percent.
But London has the second-highest exchange rate between the dollar and euro at $1.27.
The city also has a relatively small population of less than 3 million.
Its currency, the pound sterling, is also down about 30 to 35 percent since the 1960s.
And it’s still about as valuable as it was back then.
In some ways, London is the perfect place to test the new world order, especially since it’s the place where the U.N. General Assembly is meeting in late June.
The meeting has become an important event for London, the U, and other major cities across the globe to get the attention of delegates.
It was scheduled to begin in New York on June 9, and it will end in New Jersey on June 16.
The new city is the home of the U and a major international hub, but it also serves as the center of the financial system for the continent.
The financial system is based in London, and many of its businesses are based there.
The city also serves more than half the world’s population and is home to about one in five people.
It has a population of about 11 million.
London’s financial center is called the Financial District, and its financial district is called Canary Wharf.
It houses the Bank of England and is one of the world-leading financial centers.
The bank is headquartered in Canary Whampoa, the city’s largest residential district, which is located in central London.
Canary Whamish is also the home to the British Museum, the world headquarters of the British Royal family.
The Bank of London also has offices in New Delhi, Dubai, Singapore, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates.
It has about 40 branches in Britain, Ireland, the United States, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany.
London has about 500 million people and a population that is about 12 percent of the total world population.
The economic impact of the global financial crisis has been felt all over the world.
It is the third-largest economy in the Americas, behind the U