International Monetary Fund (IMF)
- International monetary law — International organizations, practice and procedure
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1 The International Monetary Fund (‘IMF’; ‘Fund’) is, together with the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) (‘World Bank’; World Bank Group ), a product of efforts led by the United States and the United Kingdom to rebuild the international economy after World War II. In its original design, the IMF was established to govern international monetary relations and provide an enabling framework for international trade and commerce, whereas the IBRD was supposed to catalyse private capital in support of the reconstruction of a war-torn Europe...