GERMANY: Gilbert's Report

In a voluminous report on the working of the Dawes Plan during the first year of its operation, Seymour Parker Gilbert, Agent General for Reparation Payments, made public the following observations last week:

General Results: "The budget of the Reich has been balanced, and the mark stabilized. . . . From the point of view of reparation payment the plan has brought order into the management of the problem and assured determination by actual experience of the reparations that can be safely paid and transferred. Under it payments and deliveries are moving regularly...

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