"That day has not yet come, but I think it is intellectually healthy to explore these kinds of ideas now," he said in a speech on the future mandate of the 186-nation Washington-based lending organization.
He said having other alternatives to the dollar "would limit the extent to which the international monetary system as a whole depends on the policies and conditions of a single, albeit dominant, country." http://abcnews.go.com/Business/wireStory?id=9958995
Remember this back in September 2009:
UN Calls for the Creation of Global Reserve Currency