United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference

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United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference:

see Bretton Woods ConferenceBretton Woods Conference,
name commonly given to the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference, held (July 1–22, 1944) at Bretton Woods, N.H., where 730 delegates representing 44 countries endeavored to create the rules for the post–World War II international
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