Annual Report to the President and to the Congress
National Advisory Council on International Monetary and Financial Policies, 1958
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additional Administration Africa agencies agreement agricultural amended amount appendix appropriated approved Area and country arrangements Asia assistance authorized Brazil capital Chile Colombia commitments commodities continued Cooperation credits December Department Development disbursements economic effective equipment equivalent established European exchange excluded Export Export-Import Bank extended financing fiscal foreign countries foreign currencies France Fund Germany gold grants holdings important included increase India institutions interest International Bank investment Italy Japan July June 30 Latin America lending Less loans major March member countries ment Mexico military millions of dollars Note operations Organization Pakistan Panama participation payments percent period Peru Philippines policies principal projects Public Law purchase received repayments Report represents Republic Reserve returns settlements shown Source South tion Total trade transactions transfers Treasury Turkey U.S. Government United United Kingdom United States Government Unspecified utilized Western Europe
Página 5 - ... cooperate with the member countries to orient their development policies toward a better utilization of their resources, in a manner consistent with the objectives of making their economies more complementary and of fostering the orderly growth of their foreign trade; and (v) to provide technical assistance for the preparation, financing, and implementation of development plans and projects, including the study of priorities and the formulation of specific project proposals.
Página 14 - Bank have achieved the purposes for which they were established; the extent to which the operations and policies of the Fund and the Bank have adhered to, or departed from, the general policy directives formulated by the Council, and the Council's recommendations in connection therewith; the extent to which the operations and policies of the Fund and the Bank have been coordinated, and the Council's recommendations in connection therewith...
Página 32 - Council"), consisting of the Secretary of the Treasury, as Chairman, the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Commerce, the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System...
Página 28 - Act; and an over-all appraisal of the extent to which the operations and policies of the Fund and the Bank have served, and in the future may be expected to serve, the interests of the United States and the world in promoting sound international economic cooperation and furthering world security.
Página 27 - In order to coordinate the policies and operations of the representatives of the United States on the Fund and the Bank and of all agencies of the Government which make or participate in making foreign loans or which engage in foreign financial, exchange or monetary transactions...
Página 22 - ... under the general direction of the President, No governor, executive director, or alternate representing the United States shall vote in favor of any waiver of...
Página 13 - ExportImport Bank of Washington and all other agencies of the Government to the extent that they make or participate in the making of foreign loans or engage in foreign financial, exchange or monetary transactions. (4) Whenever, under the Articles of Agreement of the Fund or the Articles of Agreement of the Bank, the approval, consent or agreement of the United States is required before an act may be done by the respective institutions, the decision as to whether such approval, consent, or agreement,...
Página 20 - States to Seek to bring about further agreement and cooperation among nations and international bodies as soon as possible, on ways and means which will best reduce obstacles to and restrictions upon international trade, eliminate unfair trade practices, promote mutually advantageous commercial relations, and otherwise facilitate the expansion and balanced growth of international trade and promote the stability of international economic relations.