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Immunities and Privileges of Officers and Employees M anaging D irector ’s P olicy S tatement on I mmunity of F und O fficials The Executive Board expressed support for the Managing Director’s policy statement on the immunity of Fund officials. Decision No. A-11780 , June 17, 2002 ANNEX Policy Statement on Immunity of Fund Officials The safety and security of Fund staff and other officials, particularly while traveling on mission or on assignment to field offices, are of paramount importance to the Fund. In this regard, in

International Monetary Fund

Immunities and Privileges of Officers and Employees M anaging D irector’s P olicy S tatement on I mmunity of F und O fficials The Executive Board expressed support for the Managing Director’s policy statement on the immunity of Fund officials. Decision No. A-11780 , June 17, 2002 ANNEX: Policy Statement on Immunity of Fund Officials The safety and security of Fund staff and other officials, particularly while traveling on mission or on assignment to field offices, are of paramount importance to the Fund. In this regard, in

International Monetary Fund

Immunities and Privileges of Officers and Employees M anaging D irector’s P olicy S tatement on I mmunity of F und O fficials The Executive Board expressed support for the Managing Director’s policy statement on the immunity of Fund officials. Decision No. A-11780 , June 17, 2002 ANNEX Policy Statement on Immunity of Fund Officials The safety and security of Fund staff and other officials, particularly while traveling on mission or on assignment to field offices, are of paramount importance to the Fund. In this regard, in

International Monetary Fund

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Pursuant to Article XXX(f), and after consultation with the members concerned, the Fund determines that, effective January 1, 1999 and until further notice, the euro, Japanese yen, pound sterling, and U.S. dollar are freely usable currencies.

International Monetary Fund

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This volume contains decisions, interpretations, and resolutions of the Executive Board and the Board of Governors of the IMF, as well as selected documents relating to current activities of the Fund.

International Monetary Fund

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Pursuant to Article XXX(f), and after consultation with the members concerned, the Fund determines that, effective January 1, 1999 and until further notice, the euro, Japanese yen, pound sterling, and U.S. dollar are freely usable currencies.

International Monetary Fund

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The first interval of five years, at the end of which the Fund shall review the quotas of the members in accordance with Article III, Section 2, began on the date when the Fund Agreement, in accordance with Article XX, Section 1,1 entered into force; i.e., on December 27, 1945.