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International Monetary Fund

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(Banking & Finance) an international financial institution organized in 1945 to promote international trade by increasing the exchange stability of the major currencies. A fund is maintained out of which member nations with temporary balance-of-payments deficits may make withdrawals. Abbreviation: IMF
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Noun1.International Monetary Fund - a United Nations agency to promote trade by increasing the exchange stability of the major currencies
UN agency, United Nations agency - an agency of the United Nations
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International Monetary Fund

International Monetary Fund

nFondo monetario internazionale
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