Back Matter

Back Matter

Author(s):
International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
September 1948
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    INDEX

    • Administrative Budget 59, 110

    • Africa, European export surplus 11

    • Anglo-American Financial Agreement 30, 31

    • Argentina, drain on assets 7

    • Articles of Agreement:

      • IV, Section 279

      • IV, Section 4(a)69, 79

      • V, Section 399

      • V, Section 3 (a) (i)97

      • V, Section 597, 98 99

      • VIII, Section 369, 70

      • XIV, Sections 2 and 429, 69, 70, 72

      • XX, Section 4(i)97, 98

    • Asia:

      • Effect of European payments difficulties 9

      • European export surplus 11

      • Resources devastated by war 8

    • Assets and liabilities84, 94,95

    • Auction system 68

    • Audit Committee 59, 82

    • Audit of Fund’s accounts 82

    • Auditors’ certificate 59, 83

    • Australia:

      • Acceptance of membership 55

      • Gold production subsidy 43

      • Par value 35

      • Production 3

      • Quota 57

    • Austria, application for membership 55

    • Balance of Payments Manual 52

    • Balance of payments methodology, informal meeting on 52

    • Balance Sheet 59, 82, 84

    • Belgium:

      • Creditor under clearing agreements 33

      • Exchange arrangments with France 38

      • Exchange transaction 45, 96

      • Member of European multilateral compensation system 33

      • Monetary reform 17

    • Beyen, J. W” election as Executive Director 57

    • Brazil, par value 35fn.

    • Bruins, G. W. J., death 57

    • Burma 55

    • Canada:

      • Financing of payments deficit 6, 7

      • Gold policy 40

      • Gold production subsidy 42, 81

      • Grants and loans to Europe 5

      • Price rise 15

      • Production 3

      • United Kingdom credits 31

    • Ceylon 55

    • Chile:

      • Consultations with, Fund’s statement 73

      • Exchange transaction 45, xs96

      • Multiple rate system modifications 29

    • China:

      • Currency inflation 17

      • Fluctuating exchange rate system 25, 26

      • Payments deficit 6

      • “Consistent with the provisions of this Agreement,” meaning 98, 99

    • Cross rates 26, 37

    • Cuba, addition to assets 7

    • Currencies (see also Sterling; United States dollars):

      • Convertibility 27, 29, 30, 32, 34

      • Depreciation 21, 22

      • Devaluation 23, 36, 76

      • Holdings with depositories 90

      • Inconvertible and interchangeable 26, 27

      • Par values 112

    • Czechoslovakia, monetary reform 17

    • Denmark:

      • Exchange transaction 45, 46, 96

      • Monetary reform 17

    • Depositories:

      • Currencies and securities holdings 90

      • Gold holdings 89

    • Dollars (see United States dollars)

    • Dominican Republic, par value 35

    • Ecuador, multiple currency system modification 29

    • Egypt, quota increase 46, 56, 57

    • Europe:

      • Balance of payments deficit 5, 11

      • Dollar shortage 7

      • Exports and imports 11, 12

      • Financing of international payments 5, 8

      • Inflation 16, 19

      • Investment needs 14

      • Multilateral clearing 32

      • Pre-war balance of payments 8

      • Progress in recovery 2

    • European Economic Cooperation, Committee on, machinery for clearing

    • European accounts 33

    • European Economic Cooperation, Organization for, establishment 10

    • European Recovery Program:

      • Assistance to European recovery 1

      • Bearing on monetary and balance of payments situation of members 48

      • Effect on use of Fund’s resources 35, 48, 74

      • Establishment 10

    • Exchange:

      • Depreciation 21, 22

      • Policies 19

      • Restrictions 25, 29, 66, 67, 70

      • Rigidity 21

      • Stability 21, 25, 66

      • Taxes 68, 72

    • Exchange rates (see also Cross rates):

      • Adjustment 20, 21, 22, 23, 24

      • Fixed 67

      • Fluctuating 24, 25, 68, 77

      • Free 26

      • Multiple currency practice 72

      • Unification 28

    • Exchange transactions:

      • Dollar exchange purchased 5

      • Postponement and limitation 97, 98

      • Summary 45, 96

      • Use to meet dollar deficits 7

    • Executive Directors:

      • Changes 57, 108

      • Election 57

      • List viii

      • List and voting power 106

    • Executive Directors, Alternate:

      • Changes 108

      • List viii, 106

    • Expenditures 59, 82, 86

    • Exports:

      • European 3, 11, 12, 19

      • Expansion 3, 18

      • Increase, need 13

      • Relation to exchange rate adjustment 23

      • Restrictions 27

    • Far East:

      • Deficits on current account with U. S 6

      • Political strife impedes recovery 3

    • Financial Reports 59, 82, 110

    • Finland:

      • Acceptance of membership 55

      • Quota 57

    • Fiscal policies 19

    • Fiscal year 45fn

    • Food and Agriculture Organization 53

    • France:

      • Exchange actions, Fund’s statement 76

      • Exchange transaction 45, 46, 96

      • Inflation 16

      • Member of European multilateral compensation system 33

      • Par value change proposed 36

    • Free market:

      • French proposal 36, 37, 77

      • Fund policy 68

      • Restraints on international payments 25

    • Fund:

      • Assistance to members in multilateral payments arrangements 35

      • Missions 51

      • Objectives 1

      • Purposes 21

      • Review of exchange control systems of members 30

      • Review of exchange situation of members 24, 46

      • Review of members’ gold policies 43

    • Fund’s resources, use: 46

      • Assistance in international payments 7

      • Effect of European Recovery Program 35, 74

      • Executive Board decisions 97

    • General Agreement on Tariffs and trade 54

    • Germany:

      • Production 2

      • Western, inclusion in European Recovery Program 10

    • Gold:

      • Assets, drain and liquidation 4, 5, 6, 7

      • Holdings 46

      • Holdings with depositories 8, 9

      • Policy 39

      • Production subsidies 42

      • Production subsidies, Fund’s statements 43, 79, 81

      • Subscriptions 4

      • transactions 46

      • United Kingdom expenditure 31

    • Governors and Alternates:

      • Changes 104

      • List and voting power 100

    • Greece, fluctuating exchange rate system 25, 26

    • Health plan, staff—58

    • Honduras, quota 56

    • Imports:

      • Enlargement 4

      • Financing by Europe, 8

      • Need 8, 9

      • Quotas, need for further relaxation 13

      • Restrictions 27, 28, 30

      • Stimulation by inflation 18

      • “In exceptional circumstances,” meaning 71

    • Income and expenditures, Statement of 59, 82, 86

    • India:

      • Exchange transaction 45, 46, 96

      • Inflation 17

      • Quota 56

      • Recovery retarded by shortages 3

    • Inflation 14, 15, 17, 20, 22, 24, 28

    • Information, collection and dissemination 51

    • International Bank for Reconstruction and Development:

      • Increase in subscription of Egypt and Paraguay 56

      • Loans 5

      • Relations with Fund 52

    • International Financial Statistics 52

    • International Labor Organization 53

    • International trade Organization 53

    • International payments (see Payments)

    • International Wheat Council 53

    • Investment:

      • Effect of inflation 14, 24

      • Income 11, 12

      • Limitation 13, 14, 19, 20

      • Production programs 13

    • Iran, quota increase 56

    • “Is using,” meaning in Article V, Section 5 99

    • Italy:

      • Exchange arrangements, Fund’s statement 63

      • Exchange arrangements with France 38

      • Fluctuating exchange rate system 25

      • Inflation 16

      • Member of European multilateral compensation system 33

    • Japan, inflation 17

    • Latin America:

      • Credits to Europe 5

      • Financing of payments deficit 7

      • Inflation 17

      • Production 3

      • Use of multiple currency practices 27

    • Lebanon, par value 35

    • Luxembourg, member of European multilateral compensation system 33

    • McFarlane, S G, election as Executive Director 58

    • Members:

      • Consultation with Fund 43, 51, 66, 67

      • List 100

      • New 55

      • Status of subscriptions 92

    • Mexico:

      • Exchange transaction 45, 96

      • Gold sales at premium prices discontinued 40

    • Middle East:

      • Deficits on current account with U S 6

      • Effect of European payments difficulties 9

      • Inflation 17

      • Recovery retarded by shortages 3

    • Monetary reforms 16

    • Monetary reserves, depletion 4, 5, 6, 7, 29

    • Multiple currency practices:

      • Chile 29, 73

      • Communication to members 65

      • Decisions 66

      • Ecuador 29

      • France 36, 76

      • Fund policy 27

    • Multilateral payments 32, 34, 49, 75

    • Netherlands:

      • Exchange transaction 45, 96

      • Member of European multilateral compensation system 33

      • Monetary reform 17

    • New Zealand, production 3

    • Norway:

      • Exchange transaction 45, 96

      • Monetary reform 17

    • Officers ix

    • Par Values:

      • Adjustment 22, 24

      • Expression in terms of gold or U S dollars 39

      • France 36, 76

      • Initial 35

      • Relation to cross rates 26

      • Schedule 112

    • Paraguay, quota increase 46, 55, 57

    • Parsons, M H, appointment as Director of Operations 58

    • Payments:

      • Balance 22

      • Bilateral 26

      • Bilaterial, Europe 32, 33, 34

      • Correction of disquilibria by multiple currency practices 27

      • Effect of devaluation of currencies 23

      • Effect of price rise 9

      • Multilateral 32, 34, 49, 75

      • Problems 3

      • Solution of problem 19

      • United Kingdom 30

    • Portuguese escudos, free market in France 37, 38

    • “Presently needed,” application of term 98

    • Prices (see also Inflation):

      • Controls 16

      • Rise 9, 17, 19

    • Production:

      • Expansion 3

      • Expansion and improvement of efficiency 13

      • Recovery 2

      • Relation to balance of payments 20

    • Quotas 46, 55, 100

    • “Represents,” meaning in Article V, Section 3 (a) (i) 97

    • Rules and Regulations 58

    • Securities, holdings with depositories 90

    • Silver, data on 59

    • Staff:

      • Distribution by salary and geographical area 109

      • Officersix

      • Size and major changes 58

    • Staff retirement plan 58, 110

    • Statistics, collection and dissemination 51

    • Sterling, convertibility attempt 30

    • Sterling area, deficit with Western Hemisphere 6

    • Subsidies, gold production 42, 79, 81

    • Subscriptions, status 92

    • Switzerland, exchange arrangements with France 38

    • Syria, par value 35

    • Tariffs, need for further relaxation 13

    • transactions (see Exchange transactions)

    • transitional arrangements 29, 32, 70

    • transitional period:

      • Multiple currency practices 71

      • Use of Fund’s resources 49, 74

    • Turkey, exchange transaction 45, 96

    • Union of South Africa:

      • Gold production 42

      • Production 3

      • Sale of gold to meet trade deficit 6

    • United Kingdom:

      • Deficits of sterling area 6

      • Exchange transaction 45, 46, 96

      • Exports 3

      • Gold transactions 41

      • Notification regarding Burma and Ceylon 55

      • Sterling restrictions relaxed 30

    • United Nations, relations with Fund 52

    • United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, grants and

      • credits 5, 6

    • United States:

      • Balance of payments 4

      • Establishment of European Recovery Program 10

      • Exports, need by other countries 8, 9

      • Gold regulations 40

      • Grants and loans 5, 6

      • Grants and loans under European Recovery Program 10

      • Price rise after removal of controls 15

      • Production and exports 3

      • United Kingdom credits 31

    • United States dollars:

      • Availability under European Recovery Program 48

      • Deficits 4, 5, 6, 7

      • Diversion by disorderly cross rates: 27

      • Gold transactions 39

      • Sale on free market by France 37, 38

      • Shortage 7, 9, 12, 13

      • Use of import restrictions to safeguard reserves or reduce deficits 30

    • Voting power:

      • Executive Directors 106

      • Governors 100

    • World economy 1

    • Yugoslavia, monetary reform 17

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