At the conference held at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, in the US in 1944, nations discussed the shape of the post-war world monetary order. New Zealand was concerned that any arrangements devised should not compromise its full-employment policy. New Zealand’s Minister of Finance Walter Nash addresses the conference.
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