WORLD TRADE: New World Fund?

Packing his bags for next month's meeting in New Delhi of governors of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, Treasury Secretary Robert B. Anderson last week got some travel orders from President Eisenhower. Wrote Ike: "The time has now come for us to consider, together with the other members of these two agencies, how we can better equip them for the tasks of the decade ahead." Anderson's orders: support increases in member-nation contributions to the bank and the fund. In addition, he was ordered to open negotiations toward establishing a...

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