International Monetary Fund Annual Report 1967 [electronic resource]

International Monetary Fund
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 1967.
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Annual Report of the Executive Board; 1967.
Annual Report of the Executive Board; 1967
Government document
1 online resource (208 p.)
Local subjects:
Access to capital markets.
Adjustment process.
Aggregate consumption.
Aggregate demand.
Agricultural commodities.
Agricultural exports.
Balance of payments.
Balance of payments crises.
Balance of payments crisis.
Bond issues.
Bond prices.
Bond yields.
Capital accounts.
Capital controls.
Capital exports.
Capital flow.
Capital flows.
Capital formation.
Capital gain.
Capital goods.
Capital inflow.
Capital inflows.
Capital market.
Capital market financing.
Capital markets.
Capital movements.
Capital outflow.
Capital outflows.
Capital shortage.
Capital spending.
Capital transactions.
Central bank.
Central banks.
Changes in trade.
Coffee exports.
Commercial banks.
Commodity exchanges.
Commodity markets.
Commodity prices.
Common tariff.
Competitiveness of export.
Corporate bond market.
Corporate securities.
Countries exports.
Current account balance.
Current account deficit.
Current account surplus.
Debt burdens.
Debt renegotiations.
Direct investment.
Discount rates.
Domestic banks.
Domestic borrowers.
Domestic capital.
Domestic capital markets.
Domestic consumption.
Domestic credit.
Domestic demand.
Domestic economy.
Domestic industry.
Domestic investment.
Domestic market.
Domestic prices.
Domestic producers.
Domestic production.
Domestic savings.
Economic community.
Economic cooperation.
Economic indicators.
Efficiency of capital.
Equity financing.
Excess demand.
Exchange controls.
Exchange earnings.
Exchange rate.
Exchange rate action.
Exchange rate adjustment.
Exchange rate adjustments.
Exchange rate policies.
Exchange rate policy.
Exchange rates.
Exchange reserves.
Exchange restrictions.
Expanding exports.
Expansion of export.
Expansion of exports.
Expansion of trade.
Expansion of world trade.
Export commodities.
Export crops.
Export earnings.
Export growth.
Export industries.
Export licensing.
Export markets.
Export of capital.
Export performance.
Export price.
Export prices.
Export proceeds.
Export promotion.
Export prospects.
Export receipts.
Export sector.
Export share.
Export shares.
Export shipments.
Export subsidies.
Export taxes.
Export trade.
Export unit.
Exporting countries.
Exporting country.
Exports of goods.
External finance.
External position.
Fixed capital formation.
Fixed investment.
Flow of capital.
Fluctuating exchange rate.
Foreign capital.
Foreign currency.
Foreign exchange.
Foreign exchange earnings.
Foreign exchange reserves.
Foreign investment.
Foreign investors.
Foreign mining.
Foreign private investment.
Foreign securities.
Foreign security.
Forward markets.
Free trade.
Geographic markets.
Geological survey.
Gold markets.
Gold mines.
Gold mining.
Gold production.
Gold reserves.
Government bond yields.
Government bonds.
Government securities.
Gross domestic product.
Growing exports.
Import controls.
Import demand.
Import duties.
Import liberalization.
Import prices.
Import restrictions.
Import side.
Import substitution.
Imported goods.
Imported supplies.
Importing countries.
Increasing exports.
Increasing investment.
Indirect taxes.
Integrated market.
Internal taxes.
International capital.
International capital flows.
International capital market.
International capital markets.
International liquidity.
International monetary cooperation.
International monetary system.
International standards.
International trade.
Investment banks.
Investment expenditures.
Investment flows.
Investment goods.
Issue of securities.
Liberal policies.
Liberal trade.
Liberal trade policies.
Liberalization of capital.
Liquid capital.
Liquid funds.
London metal exchange.
Market trends.
Material exports.
Merchandise trade.
Mining communities.
Mining companies.
Mining costs.
Mining industry.
Monetary authorities.
Monetary claims.
Monetary cooperation.
Monetary forces.
Monetary fund.
Monetary gold.
Monetary institutions.
Monetary issues.
Monetary liabilities.
Monetary policies.
Monetary reserves.
Monetary system.
Movement of capital.
Movements in interest rates.
Multiple currency practices.
Multiple exchange rate.
National markets.
National policies.
Neighboring countries.
Net capital.
Net exporter.
Net exporter of capital.
Net inflows.
Nominal value.
Nontariff barriers.
Nontraditional exports.
Official reserves.
Oil exporters.
Oil exporting.
Oil exporting countries.
Open market.
Output growth.
Outstanding drawings.
Partner countries.
Partner country.
Per capita income.
Preferential treatment.
Price stability.
Price supports.
Private capital.
Private capital flows.
Private capital inflow.
Private finance.
Private investment.
Private investors.
Production of gold.
Profitable mines.
Public finance.
Quantitative restrictions.
Quota increases.
Regional integration.
Reserve currencies.
Reserve holdings.
Reserve positions.
Reserve ratios.
Retained earnings.
Sales taxes.
Securities markets.
Security markets.
Share of export.
Short-term capital.
Short-term debt.
Short-term funds.
Swap transactions.
Tariff schedule.
Tariff structure.
Terms of trade.
Total export.
Total exports.
Trade classification.
Trade deficit.
Trade liberalization.
Trade policies.
Trade relations.
Trade surplus.
Trading partners.
Traditional exports.
Transport equipment.
Treasury bonds.
Unemployment rate.
Value of exports.
Value of imports.
Value of trade.
World capital markets.
World demand.
World economy.
World exports.
World markets.
World output.
World price.
World prices.
World supply.
World trade.
United Kingdom.
United States.
This paper reviews key findings of the IMF’s Annual Report for the fiscal year ended April 30, 1967. The report highlights that in 1966, industrial production and international trade on a worldwide basis expanded substantially. However, the slowdown in the tempo of economic activity in major industrial countries during the latter part of 1966 continued in the first half of 1967, and was accompanied by a shift of national economic policies toward expansion. Weakening of demand conditions in the industrial world served to ease inflation strains.
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