Statement by Lord Keynes on the proposed Bank for Reconstruction and Development (1944)

In 1944, at the close of the Bretton Woods (New Hampshire) monetary conference, John Maynard Keynes, renowned international economist and financial adviser to the British Treasury, gives a speech in which he emphasises the urgent need to set up an International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD).

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Source: United Nations Information Organisation - Press Divison. London: UNIO-Press Division, [s.d.]. 78 p.

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