INTERNATIONAL: Nothing Resounding

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For hours at a time a lot of important international bankers locked themselves in a room in Basle last week. Eventually they would emerge, saying nothing, and repeat the process on the following day. They were:

Dr. Karl Melchior, of the Warburg banking firm (Germany).

Alfredo Beneduce. President of the Consortium on Public Works Credit (Italy).

Emile Francqui, Vice-Governor of Societe Generate de Belgique.

Dr. R. G. Brindschedlar of the Credit Suisse (Switzerland).

T. Tanaka, London representative of the Bank of Japan.

0. Rydbeck of the Svenska Bank-foreningen (Sweden)....

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