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International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
August 2003
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    THE AUTHOR

    Dr. Hans Aufricht is Counsellor in the Legal Department of the International Monetary Fund. He holds doctorates in both government and law from the University of Vienna. He was a member of the faculties of American University, Cornell University, and New York University, and of the International Faculty of Comparative Law of the International University of Comparative Sciences, Luxembourg. He is the author of several books, including The International Monetary Fund (1964) and Comparative Survey of Central Bank Law (1965), and of numerous articles on international law and relations.

    For the text in English and French, see 143 League of Nations Treaty Series, pp. 257-273. For the Protocol to the Convention, see ibid., pp. 312-315.

    Text, ibid., pp. 274-305.

    Text, ibid., pp. 306-313.

    Text, ibid., pp. 317-331. Protocol, ibid., pp. 332-335.

    Text, ibid., pp. 337-349. Protocol, ibid., pp. 350-353.

    Text, ibid., pp. 355-371. Protocol, ibid., pp. 402-405.

    Text, ibid., pp. 372-393.

    Text, ibid., pp. 392-401.

    Text, ibid., pp. 407-423. Protocol, ibid., pp. 424-427.

    Text, ibid., pp. 7-19. Protocol, ibid., pp. 20-23.

    Decision No. 1289-(62/l), adopted January 5, 1962 and effective October 24, 1962, as amended through October 15, 1965. The General Arrangements to Borrow entered into force on October 24, 1962 and were renewed for a period of four years by Decision No. 1951-(65/54), adopted October 15, 1965, which reads as follows:

    “1. Executive Board Decision No. 1289-(62/l), as amended by Executive Board Decision No. 1362-(62/32) and Executive Board Decision No. 1415-(62/47) (General Arrangements to Borrow) is hereby renewed for a period of four years, and references therein to “the period prescribed in Paragraph 19(a)” shall be understood to include the period of this renewal.

    “2. Within two years from the effective date of this renewal, the Fund and the participants will initiate a review of the General Arrangements to Borrow to be completed before the end of the second year; this review shall consider, in the light of existing circumstances and past experience, the operation of the General Arrangements to Borrow and the need, if any, for amendment or modification.”

    The 1963 Protocol was published in the Moniteur belge of July 29, 1965 (pp. 9054-9063) and entered into force on August 1, 1965.

    Convention coordonnée instituant l’Union économique belgo-luxembourgeoise, published in the Moniteur belge of August 3, 1965 (pp. 9181-9190). The English versions given here of Arts. 1, 2, 5, 23, and 31 are reproduced from United Nations, Treaty Series, vol. 547 (1967), Registration no. 7955.

    Protocole spécial entre la Belgique et le Grand-Duché de Luxembourg rélatif au régime d’association monétaire. The Protocol was approved by the law of January 26, 1965 and published in the Monitéur belge of July 29, 1965 (pp. 9064–9066). It entered into force on August 1, 1965. The English version given here is reproduced from United Nations, Treaty Series, vol. 547 (1967), Registration no. 7955.

    The ultimate responsibility for the administration of exchange control has been vested in the Institut Belgo-Luxembourgeois du Change. Authority to license trade transactions and to determine import and export policy has been given to the Belgian-Luxembourg Administrative Commission, which has delegated the issuance of import and export licenses to the Licensing Offices of the Belgian-Luxembourg Economic Union, one of which is located in each country.

    Protocole d’exécution du Protocole spécial rélatif au régime d’association monétaire, signé à Bruxelles, le 29 janvier 1963, entre la Belgique et le Grand-Duche de Luxembourg. The Protocol was approved by the Law of January 26, 1965 and published in the Moniteur belge of July 29, 1965 (pp. 9066-9068). It entered into force on August 1, 1965. The English version given here is reproduced from United Nations, Treaty Series, vol. 547 (1967), Registration no. 7955.

    With special reference to their monetary and customs regimes. Except for Vatican City, the figures on area and population are based on United Nations, Demographic Yearbook, 1965 (New York, 1966), Table 2, the figures for population being UN estimates for mid-1964. The area and population of Vatican City have been taken from The Statesman’s Year-Book, 1966-1967 (New York, 1966), p. 1597.

    League of Nations, Treaty Series, vol. 21 (1923-1924), pp. 232-241 (German text) and pp. 242-261 (French and English translations).

    For the text of the Convention, see British and Foreign State Papers, vol. 51, pp. 673-676.

    The text of this Convention was incorporated in Decree No. 45-1106 of May 16, 1945; see Journal Officiel (Paris), June 1, 1945.

    Journal Officiel (Paris), September 3, 1963.

    For the text of the Convention between Italy and San Marino for the Preservation of the Independence of the Republic of San Marino, see British and Foreign State Papers, vol. 55, pp. 965-970.

    For the text of the Treaty in English, see American Journal of International Law (Washington), vol. 23 (1929), supplement, pp. 187-195, especially p. 188.

    For the text of the Monetary Law in French, see League of Nations, Economic Intelligence Service, Monetary and Central Bank Laws, edited by Paul Singer (Geneva, 1932), Fascicle 30, pp. 3-4.

    For the text of the Protocol, see Gazetta Ufficiale della Repubblica Italiana (Rome), October 11, 1962, p. 4181.

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