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International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Published Date:
December 1965
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Society for International Development

The Society for International Development (SID) is an international nonprofit organization concerned with social and economic development.

Founded in October 1957, it has now 3,800 members in 101 countries. The Society has 43 local chapters, 15 of them in Asia, 8 in Europe, 2 in Africa, 8 in Latin America, and 10 in North America.

SID members receive a quarterly professional journal, the International Development Review, a monthly newsletter, Survey of International Development, and an annual membership directory containing the full addresses of all members, cross-referenced by geographical location and organization.

The newly created SID Reference Service on Development Information provides a clearing house for inquiries from SID members on sources of materials covering every aspect of international development. A Membership Data Retrieval System has been established to make available information on the skills and experience of SID members; the System’s international roster of development specialists is now being used by public and private agencies and firms seeking development specialists with particular qualifications.

Sample copies of the Society’s publications are available upon request.

For information on individual or institutional membership,

write to

Andrew E. Rice, Executive Secretary

SOCIETY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

1346 Connecticut Avenue, N. W., Washington D. C. 20036,

U.S.A.

Reports From the World Bank Group

Annual Reports for 1964-65 of the World Bank and its affiliates, the International Development Association (IDA) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), were presented at the Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors in Washington, D. C, by Mr. George D. Woods, President of the three institutions. The record of Bank and IDA operations is contained in a joint publication, while that of the IFC is reported separately.

Copies of the reports in English, French, German, or Spanish may be obtained free of charge.

Write To:

World Bank Group

1818 H Street, N. W.

Washington, D. C. 20433

U.S.A.

Or To:

World Bank Group

4 Avenue d’lena

Paris 16e, France

Annual Report of the International Monetary Fund 1965

“A lesisurely, dispassionate and penetrating analysis of the economic, trade and financial situation in the whole world.... We recommend it as must reading for almost everybody.”

The New York Journal of Commerce

Copies of the report in English may be obtained free of charge.

Write To:

The Secretary

INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

19th and H Streets, N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20431, E.U.A.

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