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Back Matter

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International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
September 1953
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    INDEX

    • Administrative budget, Fund 91, 117, 118

    • Arbitrage, exchange 66, 67

    • Argentina, wheat trade 30

    • Asia, price developments 10

    • Assets, Fund 122, 132

    • Audit Committee 92

    • Auditors’ certificate 121

    • Australia:

      • Currency purchase from Fund 53

      • Gold production 57

      • Wheat trade 30

    • Austria:

      • EPU position 15

      • Par value 63

      • Unification of exchange system 63

    • Balance of payments, world:

      • Developments in 1952 1

      • Effect of import restrictions 39

      • Effect of monetary and fiscal policy 8, 33

      • Effect of U.S. commercial policy 24

      • Structural adjustments 20

    • Balance sheet, Fund 122

    • Balance sheet, Staff Retirement Fund 135

    • Balances in excess of quota, charges on 56

    • Belgian Congo, gold production 57

    • Belgium:

      • EPU position 12

      • Exchange arbitrage 66, 67

      • Import liberalization 15

      • Stand-by arrangement with Fund 50

    • Bolivia:

      • Currency purchase from Fund 53fn.

      • Foreign exchange measures 64

      • Par value 64

      • Subscription payment to Fund 55

    • Brazil:

      • Currency purchase from Fund 53

      • Exchange policy 76

      • Repurchase obligation 54

      • Trade developments 17

    • British Commonwealth Conference 30, 39

    • British Commonwealth gold sales 59

    • Budget, Fund 91, 117, 118

    • Canada:

      • Balance of payments with U.S. 2

      • Exchange rates and capital movements 68

      • Export value indices 3

      • Gold and dollar holdings, changes in 6

      • Gold production 57

      • Gold sales 59

      • Gold subsidy 58

      • Import value indices 3

    • Capital, Fund 123

    • Capital investment programs 24

    • Capital movements:

      • Capital accumulation and U.S. current account surplus 43

      • Effects on exchange reserve positions 37

      • Importance of capital imports for raw material producing countries 45

      • International capital movements and development 42

    • Charges on balances in excess of Fund quotas 56

    • Charges on use of Fund’s resources 51

    • Chile:

      • Exchange rates 78

      • Repurchase obligation 54

    • China (Taiwan), exchange rates 72

    • Coal production, European 29

    • Cochran, H. Merle, appointment as Deputy Managing Director 91

    • Colombia, exchange policy 81

    • Commercial policies, liberalization of 26

    • Commodity arrangements, multilateral 32

    • Commonwealth Economic Conference 30, 39

    • Communications, official, privilege for 90

    • Consultations on exchange restrictions 46, 79, 87

    • Convertibility of currencies:

      • Convertibility and dollar shortage 40

      • Plans to effect convertibility 39

    • Costa Rica, exchange rates 78

    • Cotton trade, replacement of U.S. imports 29

    • Credit policy 8, 36

    • Cuba, trade developments 17

    • Currency arbitrage 66, 67

    • Currency convertibility; see Convertibility

    • Currency holdings, Fund 55, 128

    • Currency purchases from Fund 53, 133

    • Demand:

      • Domestic, developments in 1952 1

      • Effect of suppressed demand on balance of payments 21

      • Potential demand for dollar imports 22

      • Recession in 32

    • Denmark:

      • Exchange arbitrage 66, 67

      • Import liberalization 15

    • Development and international capital movements 42

    • Dollar earnings:

      • Direct 24

      • From third countries 27

    • Dollar problem:

      • Dollar shortage and convertibility of currencies 40

      • Effect of import restrictions 21

      • Influence of changes in U.S. business activity 31

      • Policies necessary to reduce magnitude 30

      • Residual dollar problem 18

      • Solutions of residual dollar problem 22

    • Economic development and international capital movements 42

    • Egypt:

      • Exchange policy 81

      • Trade developments 16

    • Employment, full 35

    • Europe, Western:

      • Balance of payments with U.S. 18

      • Dollar earnings from countries other than U.S. 27

      • Exchange arbitrage 66, 67

      • Gold and dollar holdings, changes in 6

      • Primary production 29

      • Production setback 38

    • European Payments Union:

      • Positions of individual countries 11

      • Prolongation of 40

      • Trade liberalization policy 13

    • Exchange arbitrage 66, 67

    • Exchange convertibility 39

    • Exchange depreciation 38

    • Exchange margins, widening of 66

    • Exchange policies 63

    • Exchange rates:

      • Free exchange markets 68

      • Par values 63, 146

    • Exchange reserves 5, 6, 32, 37, 39

    • Exchange restrictions 8, 21, 25, 39, 46, 79

    • Exchange restrictions consultations 46, 79, 87

    • Exchange retention quotas; see Retention quotas

    • Exchange transactions (Fund), summary of 53, 100, 133

    • Executive Board, Fund:

      • Decision on use of Fund’s resources 50, 95

      • Membership 110, 113

      • Resolution on retention quotas 80

    • Expenditure statement, Fund 124

    • Exports, world, in 1952 4

    • Financial statements, Fund 117, 120

    • Finland:

      • Currency purchase from Fund 52, 53

      • Exports 15

      • Import restrictions 15

      • Stand-by arrangement with Fund 52

    • Fiscal and monetary policy, effect on balance of payments 8, 33

    • Foreign exchange; see Exchange

    • France:

      • EPU position 12

      • Exchange arbitrage 66, 67

      • Exchange rates 71

      • Foreign trade 13

      • Import restrictions 2, 13, 15

    • Fund members; see Members, Fund

    • Fund missions:

      • Association with International Bank for Reconstruction and Development 46

      • In 1952-53 87

      • To India 46

    • Fund’s resources:

      • Availability to raw material producing countries 45

      • Charges on use of 51

      • Executive Board decision 50, 95

      • Stand-by arrangements 50, 95

      • Use of 49

    • Fund’s transactions, summary of 53, 100, 133

    • Germany, Federal Republic of:

      • EPU position 12

      • Exchange arbitrage 66, 67

      • Import liberalization 15

      • Par value 63

      • Strength of economy 12

      • Subscription payment to Fund 55

    • Gold:

      • Fund holdings 55, 127

      • Hoarding 58

      • Mining costs 57

      • Premium sales 58

      • Prices 58

      • Production 57

      • Regulation of sales of 58

      • Reserves 58

      • Transactions service 61

    • Gold and dollar holdings:

      • Countries other than U.S. 5, 6

      • Non-dollar world 39

    • Governors, Board of:

      • Membership 102, 106

      • Resolution on retention quotas 79

    • Greece:

      • EPU position 15

      • Exchange policy 71

    • Holdings, gold and currency, Fund 55, 128

    • Honduras, subscription payment to Fund 55

    • Hong Kong, exchange rates 76

    • Import restrictions 2, 8, 13, 15, 21, 39

    • Imports, world, in 1952 3

    • Income and expenditure statement of Fund 124

    • Income of Fund, comparative statement 119

    • India, gold production 57

    • Indonesia, exchange policy 84

    • Inflation:

      • Effect on balance of payments 23

      • Inflationary pressures 9, 33, 44

    • Interest rates 33

    • International agencies, Fund collaboration with 88, 89

    • International capital movements; see Capital movements Inventories:

      • Changes in 1952 1952 2, 8

      • Effect of changes in inventory practices 38

    • Investment 24, 34

    • Iran, exchange policy 82

    • Italy:

      • Exchange rates 71

      • Exports 14

      • Import liberalization 15

    • Japan:

      • Gold production 57

      • Par value 64

      • Subscription payment to Fund 55

      • Trade developments 17

    • Jordan, subscription payment to Fund 55

    • Latin America:

      • Balance of payments with U.S. 19

      • Export value indices 3

      • Gold and dollar holdings, changes in 6

      • Import value indices 3

      • Price developments 9

    • Lebanon, exchange rates 75

    • Liabilities, Fund 123, 132

    • Managing Director:

      • Letter on retention quotas 97

    • Market forces 10

    • Members, Fund:

      • Consultations on exchange restrictions 46, 79, 87

      • Currency purchases 53

      • Currency repurchases 53

      • Fund collaboration 86

      • List 102

      • New 86

      • Quotas 86, 102

      • Reports on monetary reserves 56

      • Repurchase obligations 54

    • Mexico, gold production 57

    • Middle East, price developments 10

    • Missions; see Fund missions

    • Monetary and fiscal policy, effect on balance of payments 8, 33

    • Monetary reserves:

      • Adequacy of reserves 49

      • Reports from members 56

      • See also Exchange reserves

    • Multilateral arbitrage 66, 67

    • Multilateral commodity arrangements 32

    • Netherlands:

      • EPU position 12

      • Exchange arbitrage 66, 67

      • Exchange margins, widening of 66

      • Import liberalization 15

      • Repurchase obligation 54

    • Norway:

      • Exports 15

      • Import liberalization 15

    • OEEC Council study of multilateral payments system 40

    • OEEC countries:

      • Export value indices 3

      • Exports to Western Hemisphere markets 24

      • Grain output 29

      • Import value indices 3

      • Industrial production indices 11

      • Trade in 1952 3

    • Pakistan, trade developments 16

    • Par values:

      • Austria 63

      • Bolivia 64

      • Germany, Federal Republic of 63

      • Japan 64

      • Schedule 146

    • Paraguay:

      • Currency purchase from Fund 53

      • Exchange policy 83

    • Peru:

      • Exchange rates 72

      • Repurchase obligation 54

    • Philippine Republic:

      • Exchange tax 84

      • Gold production 57

      • Gold sales 59

    • Portugal, import liberalization 15

    • Prices, commodity 9

    • Production:

      • Developments in primary production 29

      • Setback in Europe 38

    • Publications, Fund 88

    • Purchases of currency from Fund 53, 133

    • Quotas of Fund members 86, 102

    • Raw material producing countries:

      • Availability of Fund’s resources 45

      • Development plans 42

      • Importance of capital imports 45

      • Incomes, real 43

      • Industrialization 43

      • Inflationary pressures 9, 44

      • Payments problems 7

      • Prices, commodity 9

      • Trade developments 2

    • Recession, risks of 31

    • Repurchase obligations, calculation of 54

    • Repurchases of currency from Fund 53

    • Reserves, foreign exchange; see Exchange reserves

    • Reserves, Fund 123

    • Retention quotas:

      • Board of Governors’ resolution on 79

      • Executive Board resolution 80

      • Letter to Fund members 81, 97

    • Security holdings, Fund 128

    • Stabilization of economy 32

    • Staff of Fund:

      • Numbers 91

      • Reorganization of area work 91

    • Staff Retirement Fund, financial statements 134

    • Stand-by arrangements; see Fund’s resources

    • Sterling area:

      • Balance of payments with U.S. 19

      • Gold and dollar holdings, changes in 5, 6

      • Gold production 57

      • Sterling balances 16

      • Trade indices 3

    • Sterling area, overseas:

      • Sterling balances 16

      • Trade indices 3

    • Sterling exchange rates, strength of 13

    • Subscriptions to Fund capital 130

    • Sweden:

      • Exchange arbitrage 66, 67

      • Exchange margins, widening of 66

      • Exports 15

      • Import liberalization 15

      • Repurchase obligation 54

    • Switzerland:

      • Exchange arbitrage 66, 67

      • Gold sales 59

      • Import liberalization 15

    • Syria:

      • Exchange rates 75

      • Repurchase obligation 54

    • Thailand:

      • Exchange rates 73

      • Gold sales 59

    • Tourism 24

    • Trade liberalization policy of EPU 13

    • Trade restrictions, Europe 15

    • Trade, world 1, 3 3

    • Training program, Fund 88

    • Turkey:

      • Cereal output 29

      • Currency purchase from Fund 53

      • Import liberalization 15

      • Repurchase obligation 54

    • Unemployment 12

    • Union of South Africa:

      • Gold production 57

      • Gold sales at premium prices 59

    • United Kingdom:

      • Balance of payments with U.S. 13, 18, 19

      • Current account balance of payments 13

      • Disinflation 14

      • EPU position 12

      • Exchange arbitrage 66, 67

      • Exchange margins, widening of 66

      • Export value indices 3

      • Gold sales 59

      • Import liberalization 25

      • Import restrictions 2, 12, 14, 15, 21

      • Import value indices 3

      • Labor, immobility of 14

      • Suppressed demand 21

    • United States:

      • Adaptability of economy 31

      • Balance of payments with rest of world 5, 18, 30

      • Capital movements 18

      • Commercial policy 18, 24, 26

      • Current account surplus and international capital movements 43

      • Economic activity in 1952 1

      • Effect of business activity on world balance of payments 36

      • Expenditures abroad 20, 27

      • Export value indices 3

      • Gold holdings 6

      • Gold production 57

      • Import value indices 3

      • Objectives of public policy 31

      • President’s statement on foreign economic policy 26

      • Restrictions on trade 24

    • Uruguay:

      • Exchange policy 73

      • Gold sales 59

    • Use of Fund’s resources; see Fund’s resources

    • Voting power:

      • Executive directors 110

      • Governors 102

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