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Balance of payments yearbook
Bib ID 353901
Format JournalJournal
Description Washington, U.S.A. : International Monetary Fund, 1949-1980 
31 v. ; 29 cm. 
ISSN 0378-2662 
Invalid ISSN 0364-2941 
Numbering Note Issues for 1938/1946/1947-1948 lack voluming. 
Notes

Issues for 1977-1980 accompanied by supplements.

Split into: Balance of payments statistics, and: Balance of payments statistics. Yearbook.

Life Dates [Vol.1] (1938/1946/1947)-v. 31 (1980) 
Later Title

Balance of payments statistics, Yearbook. Washington, D.C. : The Fund, 1981- 0252-3035

Balance of payments statistics. Washington, D.C. : The Fund, 1981- 0252-3051

Former Title

Balances of payments (Geneva, Switzerland)

Frequency Monthly (with Dec. issue cumulative), 1977-1980 
Previous Frequency Frequency varies, 1938/1946/1947-1967-1974 
Subjects Balance of payments - Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors International Monetary Fund

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