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Reports of the Joint Procedures Committee

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October 1968
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ChairmanCeylon
Vice ChairmenDahomey
Turkey
Reporting MemberAustralia

Other Members: Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, India, Jordan, Laos, Nicaragua, Spain, Sudan, Tanzania, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela

Report I1

October 3, 1968

Mr. Chairman:

At the meeting of the Joint Procedures Committee held on October 3, 1968, the items of business on the agenda [Annex I] of the Board of Governors of the International Monetary Fund were considered.

The Committee submits the following report and recommendations.

1. 1968 Annual Report

The Committee noted that provision had been made for the annual discussion of the business of the Fund.

2. Financial Statements, Report on Audit, and Administrative Budget

The Committee considered the Report on Audit for the Fiscal Year ended April 30, 1968, the Financial Statements contained therein (Fund Document No. 4 and Appendix VI of the 1968 Annual Report), and the Administrative Budget for the Fiscal Year ending April 30, 1969 (Fund Document No. 6 and Appendix IV of the 1968 Annual Report).

The Committee recommends that the Board of Governors of the Fund adopt the draft Resolution set forth in Fund Document No. 5.2

3. General Reserve and Distribution of Net Income

The Committee considered the proposals and recommendations of the Executive Directors, set forth in the letter of the Managing Director and Chairman of the Executive Board to the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Fund, dated August 12, 1968, relating to the General Reserve and Distribution of Net Income, in Fund Document No. 7 [Annex II], together with a proposal of certain Fund Governors [Annex III] to amend the draft resolution recommended by the Executive Directors, as set forth in Fund Document No. 11.

The Committee recommends that the Board of Governors of the Fund adopt the recommendations relating to the General Reserve and Distribution of Net Income set out in Fund Document No. 7.3

4. Stabilization of Prices of Primary Products

The Committee considered the letter of September 12, 1968 from the Managing Director and the Chairman of the Executive Board of the Fund to the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Fund regarding the stabilization of prices of primary products in Fund Document No. 8 [Annex IV], together with the proposal of certain Fund Governors [Annex V] (Fund Document No. 12), to amend the draft resolution referred to in that letter.

The Committee recommends that the Board of Governors of the Fund adopt the draft Resolution attached.4

5. Election of Executive Directors

The Committee noted that the 1968 Regular Election of the Executive Directors of the Fund [Annex VI] had taken place and that the next Regular Election of the Executive Directors will take place at the Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors in 1970.5

Approved:

/s/ U. B. Wanninayake/s/ William McMahon
Chairman—CeylonReporting Member—Australia

Annex I to Report I Agenda

  • 1968 Annual Report

  • Financial Statements and Audit Report (Appendix VI of 1968 Annual Report and Fund Documents Nos. 4 and 5)

  • Administrative Budget for Fiscal Year Ending April 30, 1969 (Appendix IV of 1968 Annual Report and Fund Documents Nos. 5 and 6)

  • General Reserve and Distribution of Net Income (Fund Document No. 7)

  • Election of Executive Directors (Fund Document No. 9)

  • Stabilization of Prices of Primary Products (Fund Document No. 8)

  • Place and Date of 1970 Annual Meeting

  • Election of Officers and Joint Procedures Committee for 1968-69

Annex II to Report I

August 12, 1968

Dear Mr. Chairman:

For the fiscal year ended April 30, 1968, the Fund earned a net income of $55,743,725.12. Pursuant to the decision taken by the Executive Board on April 14, 1958, the net income of the Fund subsequent to April 30, 1967, has been transferred provisionally at the end of each month to the General Reserve. In accordance with Article XII, Section 6(a) of the Articles of Agreement, the Governors must determine annually what part of the Fund’s income shall be placed to reserve and what part, if any, shall be distributed.

The Executive Directors propose that of this net income $18,285,243.52 be allocated to the General Reserve and that the remainder, equal to $37,458,481.60, be distributed to members at a rate of one and one-half per cent on the amount by which 75 per cent of each member’s quota exceeded the average of the Fund’s holdings of the member’s currency during the fiscal year ended April 30, 1968.

The Executive Directors recommend that the Board of Governors adopt the attached draft Resolution 6 approving the allocation of $18,285,243.52 to the General Reserve and the distribution of $37,458,481.60 to members in accordance with the provisions of Article XII, Section 6(a) and (b).

Very truly yours,

/s/

Pierre-Paul Schweitzer

Managing Director and

Chairman of the Executive Board

Chairman of the Board of Governors

1968 Annual Meeting

International Monetary Fund

Annex III to Report I

Washington, October 1, 1968

Original: French

Mr. U. B. Wanninayake

Chairman of the Annual Meeting of the Governors

International Monetary Fund

Mr. Chairman:

I have the honor to inform you that the Governors of the African States would like to amend the draft Resolution submitted by the Executive Directors relating to the General Reserve and the distribution of net income, as follows:

At the end:

“Desires that the beneficiary states examine the possibility of assigning their share to the replenishment of IDA resources.”

You will find attached a list of the Governors 7 who are proposing this amendment.

I should appreciate it if you would communicate this amendment to the Board of Governors.

Please accept, Mr. Chairman, the assurances of my highest consideration.

/s/

Louis Pascal Nègre

Minister of Finance of

the Republic of Mali

Governor of the Fund

Chairman of the African Group

Annex IV to Report I

September 12, 1968

Dear Mr. Chairman:

At the Annual Meeting in Rio de Janeiro in September 1967, the Board of Governors adopted the following resolution:

Resolution No. 22-9

Stabilization of Prices of Primary Products

Whereas Governors of the Fund and the Bank for Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo (Brazzaville), Ivory Coast, Dahomey, France, Gabon, Upper Volta, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Senegal, Chad and Togo have transmitted to the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund the following request:

Considering the decisive importance of the stabilization of prices of primary products at a remunerative level for the economic advancement of the developing countries and the improvement of the standard of living of their populations, the Governors meeting in Dakar request that in Rio study be made of the conditions in which IMF, IBRD, and IDA could participate in the elaboration of suitable mechanisms involving balanced commitments on the part both of the producing and of the consuming countries, and devote the necessary resources thereto.

And whereas the Board of Governors recognizes the importance of this subject in relation to the purposes of the Fund;

Now therefore the Board of Governors resolves that the Managing Director is hereby invited to have the staff, in consultation with the Bank staff, prepare a study of the problem, its possible solutions, and their economic feasibility, in the light of the foregoing, to be submitted to the Executive Directors who are requested to transmit it with such comments or recommendations as they may have to the Board of Governors for consideration and appropriate decision by the Board, if possible at its next Annual Meeting.

In response to this resolution, the staff of the Fund, in consultation with the staff of the Bank, has undertaken a study of the problem and the two staffs have jointly prepared, as a first stage, a general and analytical section (Part I) of the study which, at the request of the Executive Directors, I am transmitting herewith to the Board of Governors for their information.8

Certain additional work has been initiated by the Fund staff, including an examination of possible courses of action by the Fund in this field (Part II), and the staff is pursuing its work on various aspects of the problem.

The Executive Directors have begun consideration of the study but are not in a position to submit comments at this time. They intend to return to their deliberations on these matters immediately after the 1968 meeting of the Governors and to report further to the Board of Governors on the study.

In the light of the foregoing, the Executive Directors have asked me to convey to you their recommendation that the Board of Governors adopt the following resolution:

Resolved:

That the Board of Governors

  • (a) Note the section of the study already prepared on the problem of the stabilization of prices of primary products;

  • (b) Invite the Managing Director to have the staff complete its study as soon as possible, particularly by preparing a section which considers possible ways in which the Fund might assist in finding feasible solutions to the problem; and

  • (c) Request the Executive Directors to transmit to the Board of Governors the section of the study referred to in (b) above as early as possible but not later than the 1969 Annual Meeting, together with such comments or recommendations as they may have on the entire study and a report on any actions regarding it which they may have taken.

Very truly yours,

/s/

Pierre-Paul Schweitzer

Managing Director

and

Chairman of the Executive Board

Chairman of the Board of Governors

1968 Annual Meeting

International Monetary Fund

Annex V to Report I

October 1, 1968

Original: French

Chairman of the

Meeting of Governors

of the International

Monetary Fund

Mr. Chairman:

In our capacity as Governors of the International Monetary Fund, we have the honor to inform you that we wish the draft resolution presented by the Executive Directors of the Fund concerning Item 6 of the Agenda of the 1968 Annual Meetings to be amended to read as follows:

Amended text:

“The Board of Governors:

  • (a) Note the section of the study transmitted to them on the problem of the stabilization of prices of primary products and the work already performed by the staffs with regard to the action which the Fund could undertake in this field;

  • (b) Invite the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund to have his staff complete this work as soon as possible, on the basis of the studies already carried out, and identify a set of specific financial support measures which the Fund could undertake with a view to stabilizing the prices of primary products;

  • (c) Request the Executive Directors to transmit to the Board of Governors by December 31, 1968 at the latest the section of the study referred to in (b) above, together with such comments or recommendations as they may consider pertinent and a report proposing actions to be taken on it.”

We should appreciate your submitting this proposal for approval by the Meeting of Governors of the International Monetary Fund.

Please accept, Mr. Chairman, the assurance of our highest consideration.

/s/Bernard Bidias a Ngon/s/Konan Bédié
CameroonIvory Coast
/s/Antoine Guimali/s/Victor Miadana
Central African RepublicMadagascar
/s/Abakar Sanga Traoré/s/Louis Pascal Negre
ChadMali
/s/Edouard Ebouka-Babackas/s/Sidi Mohamed Diagana
Congo-BrazzavilleMauritania
/s/Mamadou N’Diaye/s/Courmo Barcourgné
DahomeyNiger
/s/René Larre/s/Louis-Jean Eude
FranceSenegal
/s/Augustin Boumah/s/Paulin Eklou
GabonTogo
/s/ Tiemoko Marc Garango
Upper Volta

Annex VI to Report I

Rules for the Conduct of the 1968 Regular Election of Executive Directors of the Fund

  • Definitions: In these Rules, unless the context shall otherwise require:

    • (a) “Articles” means the Articles of Agreement of the Fund.

    • (b) “Board” means the Board of Governors of the Fund.

    • (c) “Chairman” means the Chairman of the Board or a Vice Chairman acting as Chairman.

    • (d) “Governor” includes the Alternate Governor or any temporary Alternate Governor when acting for the Governor.

    • (e) “Secretary” means the Secretary or any acting Secretary of the Fund.

    • (f) “Election” means the 1968 Regular Election of Executive Directors.

  • Date of Election: The election shall be held during the 1968 Annual Meeting at a time to be fixed by the Board.

  • Basic Rules—Schedule C: Subject to the adjustments set forth herein, the provisions of Schedule C of the Articles shall apply to the conduct of the election.

  • Executive Directors to Be Elected Under Article XII, Section 3(b)(iii):

    • (a) Eleven Executive Directors shall be elected under Article XII, Section 3(b)(iii).

    • (b) In view of the number of Executive Directors to be elected under Article XII, Section 3(b)(iii):

      • (i) 6 per cent shall be substituted for “nineteen per cent” in paragraphs 2 and 5 of Schedule C.

      • (ii) 13 per cent shall be substituted for “twenty per cent” in paragraphs 3, 4, and 5 of Schedule C.

  • Executive Directors to Be Elected Under Article XII, Section 3(b)(iv): Three Executive Directors shall be elected under Article XII, Section 3(b)(iv): and

    • (a) The minimum percentage of the eligible votes required for election under this subparagraph shall be 28 per cent.

    • (b) The maximum percentage of eligible votes for any one nominee for the purposes of paragraph 13 below shall be 38 per cent.

  • Nominations:

    • (a) Any person nominated by one or more Governors entitled to vote in the election shall be eligible for election as Executive Director.

    • (b) Each nomination shall be made on a Nomination Form furnished by the Secretary, signed by the Governor or Governors making the nomination and deposited with the Secretary.

    • (c) A Governor may nominate only one person.

    • (d) Nominations may be made until 12 o’clock noon on the day before the day on which the election is scheduled to be held. The Secretary shall post and distribute a list of the persons nominated.

  • Supervision of the Election: The Chairman shall appoint such tellers and other assistants and take such other action as he deems necessary for the conduct of the election.

  • Ballots: One ballot form shall be furnished, before a ballot is taken, to each Governor entitled to vote. On any particular ballot only ballot forms distributed for that ballot shall be counted.

  • Balloting—Order: The first ballot shall be simultaneous balloting of all the Governors entitled to participate in the election of Executive Directors under Article XII, Section 3(b)(iii), and all of the American Republics entitled to participate in the election of Executive Directors under Article XII, Section 3(b)(iv). The balloting for the Executive Directors elected under Article XII, Section 3(b)(iii), shall then be concluded before any further ballots are taken for the Executive Directors to be elected by the American Republics.

  • Balloting—General: Each ballot shall be taken as follows:

    • (a) There shall be a call of members whose Governors are entitled to vote and each ballot, signed by the Governor, shall be deposited in the ballot box.

    • (b) When a ballot shall have been completed, the Chairman shall cause the ballots to be counted and shall announce the names of the persons elected before the end of the session at which the election is held. If a succeeding ballot is necessary, the Chairman shall announce the names of the nominees to be voted on and the members whose Governors are entitled to vote.

    • (c) If the tellers shall be of the opinion that any particular ballot form is not properly executed, they shall, if possible, afford the Governor concerned an opportunity to correct it before tallying the results; and such ballot form, if so corrected, shall be deemed valid.

  • Balloting and Election of Executive Directors Under Article XII, Section 3(b)(iii):

    • (a) When on any ballot the number of nominees shall not exceed the number of Executive Directors to be elected, each nominee shall be deemed to be elected by the number of votes received by him on such ballot; provided, however, that if on such ballot the votes of any Governor shall be deemed under paragraph 4 of Schedule C to have raised the votes cast for any nominee above 13 per cent of the eligible votes, no nominee shall be deemed to have been elected who shall not have received on such ballot a minimum of 6 per cent of the eligible votes and a succeeding ballot shall be taken for which any nominee not elected shall be eligible.

    • (b) If, as a result of the first ballot, the number of Executive Directors to be elected in accordance with paragraph 4 above shall not have been elected, a second and, if necessary, further ballots shall be taken. The Governors entitled to vote on such succeeding ballots shall be only (i) those Governors who voted on the preceding ballot for any nominee not elected, and (ii) those Governors whose votes for a nominee elected on the preceding ballot are deemed under paragraph 4 of Schedule C to have raised the votes cast for such nominee above 13 per cent of the eligible votes.

    • (c) The votes of a Governor shall not be deemed under paragraph 4 of Schedule C to have raised the total votes for a nominee above 13 per cent of the eligible votes if without the votes of such Governor such total would be more than 6 per cent but not more than 13 per cent of the eligible votes.

    • (d) If on any ballot two or more Governors having an equal number of votes shall have voted for the same nominee and the votes of one or more, but not all, of such Governors could be deemed under paragraph 4 of Schedule C to have raised the total votes received by such nominee above 13 per cent of the eligible votes, the Chairman shall determine by lot the Governor or Governors, as the case may be, who shall be entitled to vote on the next ballot.

    • (e) If a Governor shall abstain from voting on any ballot taken under Article XII, Section 3(b)(iii), he shall not be entitled to vote on any subsequent ballot and his votes shall not be counted within the meaning of Article XII, Section 3(i), toward the election of any Executive Director. If at the time of any ballot a member shall not have a duly appointed Governor, such member shall be deemed to have abstained from voting on that ballot.

  • Election of Executive Directors Under Article XII, Section 3(b)(iv): These Rules supplement paragraph 7 of Schedule C.

    • (a) Each Governor eligible to participate in the election shall cast for one person all the votes to which he is entitled.

    • (b) The three nominees receiving the greatest number of votes shall be elected, provided that no nominee shall be elected who receives less than 28 per cent of the eligible votes. The person elected with the least number of votes cast for the three elected nominees shall be deemed to have been elected by all the votes cast for him, all the votes not cast in the ballot through abstention from voting and all those cast for such other nominee or nominees as were not elected.

    • (c) When on any ballot two or more Executive Directors remain to be elected and there are the same number of nominees, each nominee shall be elected by the number of votes received by him; provided, that if the votes of any Governor shall be deemed to have raised the votes cast for any nominee above 38 per cent of the eligible votes, no nominee shall be elected on that ballot who shall not have received 28 per cent of the eligible votes and a succeeding ballot shall be taken for which any nominee not elected on the preceding ballot shall be eligible.

  • Succeeding Ballots for Election of Executive Directors Under Article XII, Section 3(b)(iv):

    • (a) If, as a result of the first ballot, the number of Executive Directors to be elected in accordance with paragraph 5 above shall not have been elected, a second and, if necessary, further ballots shall be _taken. The Governors entitled to vote on such succeeding ballots shall be only (i) those Governors who voted on the preceding ballot for any nominee not elected or who abstained from voting on the preceding ballot and (ii) those Governors whose votes for a nominee elected on the preceding ballot are deemed to have raised the votes cast for such nominee above 38 per cent of the eligible votes. In determining whether the votes cast by a Governor are to be deemed to have raised the total of any nominee above 38 per cent of the eligible votes, the 38 per cent shall be deemed to include, first, the votes of the Governor casting the largest number of votes for such nominee, then the votes of the Governor casting the next largest number of votes and so on until 38 per cent is reached.

    • (b) The votes of a Governor under subparagraph (a) above shall not be deemed to have raised the total votes for a nominee above 38 per cent of the eligible votes if without the votes of such Governor such total would be more than 28 per cent but not more than 38 per cent of the eligible votes.

    • (c) If on any ballot two or more Governors having an equal number of votes shall have voted for the same nominee and the votes of one or more, but not all of such Governors, could be deemed under subparagraph (a) above to have raised the total votes received by such nominee above 38 per cent of the eligible votes, the Chairman shall determine by lot the Governor or Governors, as the case may be, who shall be entitled to vote on the next ballot.

  • Elimination of Nominees: If on any ballot two or more nominees shall receive the lowest number of votes, no nominee shall be dropped from the next succeeding ballot, but if the same situation is repeated on such succeeding ballot, the Chairman shall eliminate by lot one of the nominees from the following ballot.

  • Announcement of Result: After the last ballot the Chairman shall cause to be distributed a statement setting forth the result of the election.

  • Effective Date of Election of Executive Directors: The effective date of election shall be November 1, 1968. Incumbent elected Executive Directors shall serve through the day preceding such date.

  • General: Any question arising in connection with the conduct of the election shall be resolved by the tellers, subject to appeal, at the request of any Governor, to the Chairman and from him to the Board. Whenever possible, any such question shall be put without identifying the members or Governors concerned.

As approved by Board of Governors

Resolution No. 23-10, September 9,1968

Statement of Results of Elections, October 2, 1968

Candidates Elected Under Article XII, Section 3(b)(iii)
Members Whose VotesNumber of
Candidate ElectedCounted Toward ElectionVotes
Eero AspDenmark1,880
Finland1,500
Iceland400
Norway1,750
Sweden2,500
8,030
Robert JohnstoneCanada7,650
Guyana400
Ireland1,050
Jamaica550
9,650
Byanti KharmawanAlgeria940
Ghana940
Indonesia2,320
Laos325
Libya440
Malaysia1,400
Morocco1,078
Singapore550
Tunisia600
8,593
Pieter LieftinckCyprus450
Israel1,150
Netherlands5,450
Yugoslavia1,750
8,800
Ahmed Zaki SaadAfghanistan540
Ethiopia440
Iran1,500
Iraq1,050
Jordan410
Kuwait750
Lebanon340
Pakistan2,130
Philippines1,350
Saudi Arabia1,150
Somalia400
Syrian Arab Republic630
United Arab Republic1,750
12,440
John O. StoneAustralia5,250
Lesotho280
New Zealand1,820
South Africa2,250
9,600
Hideo SuzukiBurma730
Ceylon1,030
Japan7,500
Nepal350
Thailand1,200
10,810
Beue TannChina5,750
Korea750
Viet-Nam640
7,140
André van CampenhoutAustria2,000
Belgium4,470
Luxembourg424
Turkey1,330
8,224
Leonard A. WilliamsBotswana280
Burundi400
Gambia, The300
Guinea440
Kenya570
Liberia450
Malawi362
Mali420
Nigeria1,250
Sierra Leone400
Sudan820
Tanzania570
Trinidad and Tobago690
Uganda570
Zambia750
8,272
Antoine W. YaméogoCameroon424
Central African Rep.340
Chad340
Congo (Brazzaville)340
Congo, Dem. Rep.820
Dahomey340
Gabon340
Ivory Coast424
Malagasy Republic440
Mauritania340
Mauritius410
Niger340
Rwanda400
Senegal500
Togo362
Upper Volta340
6,500
Candidates Elected Under Article XII, Section 3(b) (iv)
Candidate ElectedMembers Whose VotesNumber of
Counted Toward ElectionVotes
Luis EscobarArgentina3,750
Bolivia540
Chile1,500
Ecuador500
Paraguay400
Uruguay800
7,490
Alexandre KafkaBrazil3,750
Colombia1,500
Dominican Republic542
Haiti400
Panama362
Peru1,100
7,654
Alfredo Phillips O.Costa Rica500
El Salvador500
Guatemala500
Honduras440
Mexico2,950
Nicaragua440
Venezuela2,750
8,080
/s/ W. P. D’Andrade/s/ Edouard Kodjo
(Guyana)(Togo)
TellerTeller
Members that Did Not Participate in Election Under Article XII, Section 3(b)(iii)
Greece1,250
Malta350
Portugal1,000
Spain2,750

Report III1

October 3, 1968

Mr. Chairman:

The Joint Procedures Committee met on October 3, 1968 and submits the following Report:

1. Place and Date of 1970 Annual Meetings

The Committee noted that invitations had been received from the Governments of Denmark and the Federal Republic of Germany to hold the 1970 Annual Meetings in Copenhagen and West Berlin, respectively; the Committee felt that there should be further consideration of this matter, and recommends that the Executive Directors of the Bank and of the Fund be requested to consider these two invitations and report to their respective Boards of Governors as soon as possible, but not later than December 31, 1968.

2. Officers and Joint Procedures Committee for 1968/1969

The Committee recommends that the Governors for Argentina be Chairmen, and that the Governors for Belgium and Nepal be Vice Chairmen, of the Boards of Governors of the Bank and its affiliates and of the Fund, to hold office until the close of the next Annual Meetings.

It is further recommended that, as in the past, a Joint Procedures Committee be established to be available, after the termination of these Meetings and until the close of the next Annual Meetings, for consultation at the discretion of the Chairman normally by correspondence and, if the occasion requires, by convening; and that this Committee shall consist of the Governors for the following members: Argentina, Belgium, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, France, Gabon, Germany, India, Italy, Kuwait, Libya, Nepal, Philippines, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Trinidad and Tobago, United Kingdom, United States, and Zambia.

It is recommended that the Chairmen of the Joint Procedures Committee shall be the Governors for Argentina and the Vice Chairmen shall be the Governors for Belgium and Nepal, and that the Governor for Zambia shall serve as Reporting Member.

Approved:

/s/ U. B. Wanninayake/s/ William McMahon
Chairman—CeylonReporting Member—Australia

Report I and the Resolutions recommended therein were adopted by the Board of Governors of the Fund, in Joint Session with the Boards of Governors of the Bank, IFC and IDA, on October 4, 1968.

Resolution No. 23-11; see page 303.

Resolution No. 23-12; see page 303.

Resolution No. 23-13; see page 304.

Resolution No. 23-10; see page 302.

Resolution No. 23-12; see page 303.

Algeria, Botswana, Burundi, Cameroon, Congo (Brazzaville), Democratic Republic of Congo, Ivory Coast, Dahomey, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Upper Volta, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Mauritius, Niger, Nigeria, Central African Republic, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, Chad, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia.

Distributed separately.

Report II dealt with the business of the Boards of Governors of the Bank, IFC and IDA. Report III and the recommendations therein were adopted by the Boards of Governors of the Fund and of the Bank, IFC and IDA, in Joint Session, on October 4, 1968.

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