March 1973
New Republic;3/31/73, Vol. 168 Issue 13, p5
This article presents news including the printing of counterfeit Vietnamese money by those in the United States, the 14-nation meeting in Paris, France, on March 16, 1973, which focused on the value of the dollar and exchange rates for foreign trade, and documents confiscated by the United States Justice Department, which belong to the International Telephone and Telegraph corporation and relate to an obstruction of justice charge.


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