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THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC POSTURE OF
Letters of transmittal
Some problems of international money
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abroad aggregate agreements American assets average balance of payments billion borrowing Bretton Woods system changes commodity comparative advantage competitive costs current account decline deficit demand developing countries dollar domestic economic effects employment escape clause Eurocurrency Eurocurrency market Eurodollar exchange rate expansion firms foreign direct investment foreign exchange foreign exchange market foreign investment funds global growth rates import relief income increase industrial countries inflation interest rates international banking international liquidity International Monetary Fund international reserve International Trade Japan Japanese labor lending loans major ment MNC's monetary policy multinational negotiations OECD official OPEC operation output percent period petroleum position problems production relative price reserve currency result rise sector share shift Source steel structure substantial supply surplus tariff tion Trade Act trade balance trends U.S. banks U.S. dollar U.S. exports U.S. trade United United Kingdom World Bank