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International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
September 1950
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    INDEX

    • Administrative Budget 84, 115

    • Afghanistan, exchange rate adjustment 33

    • Africa:

      • Effect of devaluations 14

      • Investment financing 25

      • Rise in prices and costs 3

    • Agriculture 9, 25, 29

    • Argentina, exchange rate adjustment 33, 46

    • Article IX, Section 7, interpretation 85, 118

    • Asia:

      • Effect of devaluations 14

      • Investment financing 25

      • Rise in prices and costs 3

    • Audit Committee 85

    • Auditor’s Certificates 121, 137

    • Australia:

      • Cancellation of gold-mining subsidies 74

      • Devaluation 32

      • Import policies, consultations with GATT 69

    • Austria:

      • Exchange system adjustments 40

      • Fund mission 80

    • Balance of Payments Yearbook 83

    • Balance Sheet 122, 138

    • Bank for International Settlements 65, 81

    • Belgian Congo:

      • Devaluation 35

      • Gold price rise 74

      • Inclusion in Belgian gold market 72

    • Belgium:

      • Achievement of considerable degree of convertibility 63

      • Devaluation 33, 35

      • Extension of special multilateral drawing rights and long-term credits 65

      • Gold market 72

      • Intra-European trade surplus 13

      • Repurchase obligation discharged 77

      • Unit value of exports 11

    • Belgium-Luxembourg Economic Union 33, 35

    • Black markets, gold 72

    • Bolivia, exchange system modifications 50

    • Brazil, depletion of coffee stocks 42

    • British Honduras, devaluation 32

    • Burma, devaluation 32

    • Canada:

      • Business expansion expected to continue 22

      • Demand for imports 26

      • Devaluation 8, 20, 36

      • Financing of Europe’s imports surplus 2, 3, 19

      • Gold prices and subsidies 74

      • Import restrictions reduced and exchange restrictions relaxed 63

      • Imports 19, 29

      • Payments problem 19

      • Union with Newfoundland 79

      • U. S. surplus in goods and services 5

      • Wholesale prices 12

    • Capital movements 5, 7, 14, 39

    • Central Bank Experts of the American Republics, Meeting 81

    • Ceylon:

      • Devaluation 32

      • Import policy, consultations with GATT 69

      • Special exchange agreement with GATT 69

    • Charges, payment 76, 117

    • Chile:

      • Exchange system changes 49

      • Import policies, consultations with GATT 69

    • China, gold importing change to exporting 73

    • Coffee, prices 42, 44, 45

    • Colombia, exchange rate changes 44

    • Communications, interpretation of Art. IX, Sec. 7 85fn., 118

    • Consultations (see also Missions):

      • Costa Rica 45

      • Contracting Parties, General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 64, 69

      • Uruguay 48

      • With members 67, 80

    • Costa Rica:

      • Exchange system revisions 44

      • Fund mission 80

      • Repurchases 77

    • Cuba, decline in value of exports 21

    • Currencies (see also Exchange rates;

      • Par Values):

      • Convertibility 22, 55

      • Devaluation 1, 28, 57

      • Fund holdings 75, 130

    • Currency liabilities 100

    • Denmark:

      • Devaluation 33

      • Effect of devaluation on balance of payments 13

      • Steps to facilitate payments 63

    • Depositories, holdings 129, 130

    • Devaluations:

      • Background 1

      • Basis for progress toward convertibility 57

      • Contribution to lessen gold hoarding 73

      • Effects in Asia and Africa 14

      • Effects on exports, imports and prices 12, 16, 17

      • Europe and other countries 8, 12, 28, 32

      • Measures to accompany 22

    • Ecuador:

      • Fund mission 80

      • Multiple exchange rate adjustments 46

    • Egypt, devaluation 32

    • Ethiopia:

      • Exchange controls and restrictions 53, 64

      • Fund mission 80

    • Europe:

      • Devaluation of currencies 28, 33

      • Effect of war on trade 2

      • Effects of devaluation 9

      • Exports 7, 10

      • Gold and dollar reserves, increase 14

      • Imports 7, 12

      • Means of improving dollar position 11

      • Payments problem 5, 6

      • Production increase likely to be moderate in near future 23

      • Reconstruction 2, 3

      • Reserves 7, 14

      • Rise in prices and costs 3

      • Trade restrictions 61, 63, 65

    • European Payments Union 66

    • Exchange controls 2, 53

    • Exchange rates, adjustment 1, 3, 8, 28, 33, 88

    • Exchange restrictions:

      • First report on 55, 67, 69

      • Fund activities 62, 66, 68, 69

      • Imposition 63, 64

      • Need for relaxation 59, 60, 62

      • Reasons for maintenance after war 56, 57

    • Exchange transactions 75, 96, 136

    • Executive Board:

      • Changes in membership 80

      • Decisions on monetary reserves and repurchase obligations 78, 99

      • Interpretation of Article IX, Sec. 7 85fn., 114

      • Membership ix, 80, 112

      • Report on External Transactions in Gold at Premium Prices 70, 90

    • Exports:

      • Asia and Africa 15

      • Belgium and Luxembourg 35

      • Canada 20

      • Effect of trade and exchange restrictions 61

      • Expansion 4, 10, 26

      • Latin America 21, 22

      • Monthly average 12

      • Prices 7, 11, 23

      • To United States 7, 17, 22

      • United Kingdom 29

    • Far East:

      • Delay of resumption of production and export 3

      • Gold hoarding demand 73

      • Index of wholesale prices 7

    • Financial statements 120

    • Finland, devaluation 33, 34

    • Food and Agriculture Organization 81

    • France:

      • Exchange system adjustment 33, 36

      • Extension of drawing rights and credits by Belgium 65

      • Gold hoarding 73

      • Gold quotations in Paris market 72

      • Overseas Territories, exchange systems adjustment 38

      • Relaxation of quantitative and exchange restrictions 63

      • Trade deficit 13

    • Free markets:

      • Bolivia 50

      • Costa Rica 45

      • France 36

      • Gold 72, 74

      • Indonesia 54

      • Italy 38

      • Nicaragua 45

      • Paraguay, 48

      • Peru 49

      • Switzerland 39

      • Syria and Lebanon 52

      • Thailand 52

    • General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, Contracting Parties 58, 64, 68, 69

    • Germany, Western, exchange rate adjustment 33, 39

    • Gold (see also Monetary reserves):

      • Fund holdings 75, 129

      • Fund policy 70

      • Markets, prices, and production 72, 73

      • Report of Executive Directors on Transactions at Premium Prices 71, 90

      • Resolution of Union of South Africa 70

    • Governors and Alternates:

      • Changes 80, 109

      • List 80, 104

    • Greece, exchange rate adjustments 33, 39

    • Guatemala, Fund mission 80

    • Haiti, extension of period for acceptance of membership 79

    • Hashemite Kingdom of the Jordan;

      • see Jordan

    • Holdings 75, 129, 130

    • Honduras, Fund mission 80

    • Hong Kong, gold trade 72

    • Iceland, devaluation 32, 34

    • Imports:

      • Asia and Africa 14

      • Canada 19

      • Demand in Western Hemisphere 22

      • Reduction from dollar countries 12

      • Restrictions 20, 63

      • Surplus, financing 3

      • United Kingdom 29

      • United States 4, 6, 7, 17

    • Income, comparative statement of 85, 117

    • Income and Expenditure, Statement of 125

    • India:

      • Devaluation 32

      • Dollar deficit in 1948 30

      • Gold prices and sales 72

      • Import licensing modifications 64

      • Import policies, consultations with GATT 69

    • Indonesia:

      • Devaluation and exchange certificate system 53

      • No longer regarded as territory on whose behalf Netherlands has accepted Articles of Agreement 80

    • Inflation 3, 15, 24, 41, 47, 49, 57, 67

    • Inter-American Statistical Institute 81

    • International Bank for Reconstruction and Development 81, 82

    • International Financial News Survey 83

    • International Financial Statistics 83

    • Intra-European payments 13, 64

    • Investment 24, 25, 60

    • Iran, exchange system adjustments 52

    • Iraq, devaluation 32

    • Ireland, devaluation 32

    • Israel, exchange rate adjustment 33

    • Italy:

      • Exchange system adjustment 33, 38

      • Gold hoarding 73

      • Intra-European trade surplus 13

      • Relaxation of quantitative and exchange restrictions 63

    • Jordan, devaluation 33

    • Latin America:

      • Financing of Europe’s import surplus 3

      • Multiple rate systems 42

      • Payments problems 20

      • U. S. surplus on goods and services 5

    • Lebanon, exchange system 52

    • Liberia, extension of period for acceptance of membership 79

    • Luxembourg, devaluation 33, 35

    • Malaya, effect of war on earning capacity 30

    • Members:

      • Consultation with Fund 67

      • List 104

      • Monetary reserve data 78

      • New 79

      • Withdrawal, Poland 79, 102

    • Mexico, exchange rate problem 43

    • Middle East:

      • Gold hoarding demand 73

      • Index of wholesale prices 7

    • Missions:

      • Austria 80

      • Bolivia 51

      • Chile 50

      • Costa Rica 80

      • Ecuador 80

      • Ethiopia 80

      • European Payments Union discussions 66

      • Guatemala 80

      • Honduras 80

      • Nicaragua 45

      • Paraguay 48

      • Philippine Republic 80

      • Thailand 80

    • Monetary reserves:

      • Coffee-producing countries 44

      • Data from members 78

      • Effect of devaluation 22

      • Europe 7, 13, 14

      • Executive Board decisions 78, 99

      • Inadequacy at end of war 56

      • Latin America 21

      • Obstacle to removal of exchange restrictions 59

      • Relation to charges 76

      • United Kingdom 30, 31, 32

    • Money supply:

      • Expansion 3

      • OEEC Countries 9, 10

    • Multiple currency practices 42, 54, 67

    • Netherlands:

      • Devaluation 33

      • Extension of drawing rights and credits by Belgium 65

      • Notification regarding Indonesia 79

      • Relaxation of exchange restrictions 63

      • Trade deficit 13

      • Unit value of exports 11

    • New Zealand:

      • Devaluation 32

      • Import policies, consultations with GATT 69

    • Newfoundland, union with Canada 79

    • Nicaragua:

      • Exchange system modifications 45

      • Voluntary repurchases in U. S. dollars 77

    • Non-negotiable, non-interest bearing demand notes 77

    • Norway:

      • Devaluation 33

      • Steps to facilitate payments 63

      • Trade deficit 13

      • Unit value of exports 11

    • OEEC:

      • Payments Committee, Fund attendance as observer at discussions 66

      • Request for partial removal of import restrictions 65

      • Trade liberalization program 58

    • OEEC countries 5, 9, 10, 22, 63

    • Pakistan:

      • Acceptance of membership 79

      • Dollar deficit in 1948 30

      • Import licensing modifications 64

      • Import policies, consultation with GATT 69

      • Maintenance of exchange rate 32

    • Par Values:

      • Changes 1, 33, 43, 44, 51, 88

      • Changes, effect on subscription payments 76

      • Schedule 146

      • Study by Executive Board of need for uniform change 71

    • Paraguay, exchange system adjustments 48

    • Payments:

      • Distortion, cause of devaluations 1

      • Effect of devaluations 9, 17, 22, 26

      • Imbalance in Asia and Africa 15

      • Intra-European 13, 64

      • Latin American problems 20, 21

      • Measures to accompany devaluation 22

      • Problem 5, 6, 10, 59

    • Peru, exchange system modifications 48

    • Philippine Republic:

      • Exchange restrictions 64

      • Fund mission 80

    • Point IV Program 82

    • Poland, withdrawal from membership 79, 102

    • Portugal, exchange rate adjustment 33

    • Prices:

      • Break through controls 3

      • Coffee 42, 44

      • Danger in rise 23

      • Declines for rice and cocoa 46

      • Effect of devaluation 16, 26, 35

      • Export, index 11, 12

      • Gold 72

      • OEEC countries 9, 10, 11

    • Production:

      • Changes in pattern in Asia and Africa 15

      • Europe, expansion 4, 9

      • Increase 56

      • Industrial development 25

    • Quotas 80, 104

    • Repurchases:

      • Calculation of obligations 77

      • Executive Board decisions 78, 99

      • Summary of transactions 78, 136

      • Voluntary 77

    • Reserves;

      • see Monetary reserves

    • Ruanda Urundi, inclusion in gold market 72

    • Rules and Regulations, amendment 77

    • Saudi Arabia, exchange rate adjustment 33

    • South Africa;

      • see Union of South Africa

    • Southern Rhodesia:

      • Cancellation of gold-mining subsidy 74

      • Import policies, consultation with GATT 69

    • Staff 83, 84

    • Staff Papers 83

    • Staff Retirement Fund, financial statements 85, 137

    • Staff Retirement Plan 85

    • Sterling area:

      • Devaluation of currencies 8, 28, 32

      • Gold and dollar surplus 14

      • Problem of balances 58

    • Subscriptions:

      • Payment by Yugoslavia 75

      • Status of subscriptions to capital 132

    • Sweden:

      • Devaluation 33, 34

      • Steps to facilitate payments 63

      • Trade deficit 13

    • Switzerland:

      • Effect of devaluation 39

      • Intra-European trade surplus 13

      • Payments agreement with Belgium allowed to lapse 63

      • Unit value of exports 11

    • Syria, exchange system 52

    • Tariffs 26, 58

    • Technical Assistance Program 82

    • Thailand:

      • Acceptance of membership 79

      • Exchange system adjustment 33, 51, 52

      • Fund mission 80

    • Trade:

      • Barriers 58

      • Changes in pattern 2

      • Cooperation of GATT and the Fund 68

      • Expansion 4

      • Intra-European 13, 64

      • Latin America with Europe 21

      • Position, Europe 7

      • Restrictions 26, 61, 62

    • Training program 84

    • Transitional period arrangements, Mexico 43

    • U.S.S.R., appreciation of exchange rate 40

    • Underdeveloped countries 14, 25

    • Union of South Africa:

      • Devaluation 32

      • Effect of devaluation on gold mining 74

      • Import policies, consultations with GATT 64, 69

      • Import restrictions 64

      • Resolution on gold 70, 90

      • Sale of gold to United Kingdom after the war 30

    • United Kingdom:

      • Devaluation 8, 28

      • Effects of devaluation on raw material prices 16

      • Exports 11, 29

      • Extension of drawing rights and credits by Belgium 65

      • Financing of overseas war expenditure 2

      • Gold and dollar reserves 14, 30, 31, 32

      • Import policies, consultations with GATT 69

      • Imports 29

      • Notification regarding Newfoundland 79

      • Risk of general removal of exchange restrictions 59

      • Steps to facilitate payments 63

      • Trade deficit 13

    • United Nations, relations with Fund 81, 82

    • United States:

      • Balance of payments 5, 22

      • Capital movements 7, 14

      • Customs simplification bill pending before Congress 58

      • Demand for imports 26

      • Effect of prices of commodities on expansion of industrial production 16

      • Exports 6, 7, 11, 29

      • Financing of Europe’s import surplus 2, 3

      • Grants and credits 6

      • Imports 4, 6, 29

      • Mild recession, November 1948-July 1949 4, 30

      • Payments deficit of Europe 11

      • Solution of the payments problem 18

    • Uruguay, multiple irate system adjustments 47

    • Venezuela, decline in value of exports 21

    • Voting power:

      • Executive Directors 80, 112

      • Governors 80, 104

    • Western Hemisphere:

      • Demand for imports 22, 26

      • Effect of devaluation 18, 22

      • Expansion of production of foods and raw materials 2

      • Exports 4

      • Index of raw material prices 7

      • Payments 5

      • Sources of supply, dependence of world 15

    • Yugoslavia, payment of subscription 75

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