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Stability of International Exchange. Report on the introduction of the gold-exchange standard into China and other silver-using countries. Submitted to the Secretary of State... by the Commission on International Exchange. Hugh H. Hanna, Charles A. Conant, Jeremiah W. Jenks... December 17, 1903. -- Message and accompanying papers ordered printed and referred to Committee on Foreign Affairs. [electronic resource]

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Names: Conant, Charles A. (Charles Arthur) | Hanna, Hugh H. | Jenks, Jeremiah Whipple.
Published: Washington, DC, 1903
Series: United States congressional serial set ; serial set no. 4696
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 58th Congress, no. 144
Topics: British-owned territories. | Coins and coinage. | Currency convertibility. | Foreign exchange. | Foreign investment. | French-owned territories. | German-owned territories. | Gold standard. | International relations. | Silver. | Territories and possessions. | Treaties. | Treaty between Great Britain and China. 1902. | Treaty between the United States and China for the Extension of the Commercial Relations between Them. 1903. | United States. Commission on International Exchange.
Regions: China. | France. | Germany. | Great Britain. | India. | Indochina. | Japan. | Mexico. | Netherlands. | Peru. | Philippines. | Straits Settlements (British crown colony)
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Location & Availability for: Stability of International Exchange. Rep