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THE UNITED NATIONS AND WORLD TRADE
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American slump Appendix Argentina Australia average balance of payments Bank Belgium Bretton Woods Britain Britain's export British exports Canada capital cent changes chapter coun currency deficit countries Denmark depression dollar scarcity economic effect Eire equilibrium exchange devaluation exchange rates exchange restrictions expansion export trade favourable foreign exchange full employment fundamental disequilibrium Germany gold Government Imperial Preference import economies import restrictions increase India industrial International Monetary Fund international purchasing power international trade invisible iron and steel Lend-Lease loan manufactures markets means ment million multilateral trade national income Netherlands Organisation overseas investments possible post-war problem production quota raw materials reduced relation retained imports South Africa standard of living Sterling Area sterling balances substantial supply surplus country Sweden Table tariffs terms of trade United Kingdom exports United Nations United States dollars United States imports United States slump universal multilateral war-time world trade Zealand