World Business: FIVE CLUBS FOR MONEYMEN

The money managers of the non-Communist world meet regularly through a network of five important clublike organizations. The organizations:

> The International Monetary Fund is a specialized agency of the United Nations that has 102 member countries, acts as a sort of central bank of the national central banks. The IMF oversees the world's supply and flow of gold and currencies, recommends ways to promote financial stability and serves as a meeting ground for both the prosperous and the developing nations. Armed with $16 billion in gold and currency pledged by its members, the...

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