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international gold standard:

see international monetary systeminternational monetary system,
rules and procedures by which different national currencies are exchanged for each other in world trade. Such a system is necessary to define a common standard of value for the world's currencies.
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Fourth, an international gold standard would enable the international transmission of economic shocks and mismanaged monetary policy.
You know, we decoupled it from the domestic gold standard in 1933, and from the international gold standard in 1971, and since that time, it's not based on anything.
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We know that the Bretton Woods system put us on the twentieth century international gold standard system in 1945, and that Nixon took us off the gold standard in the 1971.
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By partnering with CAP, the international gold standard for Laboratory Accreditation, we're providing significant lab quality improvement tools at a level which dramatically improves quality and safety.

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