Slipping It to Thieu

Branfman, Fred
November 1974
New Republic;11/23/74, Vol. 171 Issue 21, p11
Reports on the closed-door meeting of the World Bank to consider an aid request from two Bank members represented by Vietnam President Nguyen van Thieu's government. Participation of the representatives from the International Monetary Fund, UNICEF and the UN Development Program; U.S. pressure on the Bank as Congress cut military aid to Vietnam; Concern over the social and political instability of Vietnam; Reference to various international plans of the U.S.


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