Foreign News: Cash

"Germany is faithfully performing her obligations and has made punctually the payments falling due during the second year of the Dawes Plan."

With this terse encouraging prelude Mr. S. Parker Gilbert, Agent General of Reparations, announced last week on the second anniversary of the inauguration of the Dawes Plan, that he has received this year 1,211,950,000 gold marks ($288,444,100) in reparations payments. For the first time a portion of the transfers were made in cash, totaling 65,000,000 gold marks, of which the U. S. received $5,904,770. This sum amounts to roughly 2½% of...

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