August 1951
International Organization;Aug51, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p602
Academic Journal
This article presents a summary of activities of the United Nations (UN) specialized agency, International Monetary Fund. In accordance with the request of the UN Economic and Social Council, the Fund submitted to the Council's thirteenth session a study on the capacity of underdeveloped countries to service investments of foreign capital. On the other hand, the Fund reminded its members that its special permission was necessary under the articles of agreement to retain exchange restrictions beyond March 1952.


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