Bretton Woods


Bretton Woods

Bretton Woods can refer to:

*Bretton Woods, New Hampshire
**Bretton Woods Mountain Resort - a ski resort located in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire
*The United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference, more commonly known as the "Bretton Woods Conference"
*Bretton Woods system, the international monetary system created at the conference
*Bretton Woods Recreation Center, a country club in Germantown, Maryland


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  • Bretton Woods — (accords de) conclus lors de la conférence monétaire et financière internationale qui se tint à Bretton Woods, dans le New Hampshire, en juil. 1944. Ils instituèrent une unité de change internationale, l or, et deux monnaies de réserve, le dollar …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Bretton Woods —   [ bretn wʊdz], Ort in New Hampshire, USA, in den White Mountains. Vom 1. bis 23. 7. 1944 Tagungsort der Währungs und Finanzkonferenz der UNO mit 44 Staaten. In den Abkommen von Bretton Woods wurde die Errichtung des Internationalen… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Bretton Woods — [bret′ n] 〚after Bretton Hall, Eng countryseat of one of the founders〛 resort in the White Mountains, N.H.: site of a United Nations monetary conference (1944) at which the International Monetary Fund was established * * * a holiday town in the… …   Universalium

  • Bretton Woods — [bret′ n] [after Bretton Hall, Eng countryseat of one of the founders] resort in the White Mountains, N.H.: site of a United Nations monetary conference (1944) at which the International Monetary Fund was established …   English World dictionary

  • Bretton Woods — Bretton Woods, Conferencia de …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Bretton-Woods-II — Einige Ökonomen, darunter Michael Dooley, David Folkerts Landau und Peter Garber, bezeichnen das nicht kodifizierte Währungssystem, welches ostasiatische Währungen und darunter vor allem den chinesischen Renminbi (Yuan) nach 2001 an den US Dollar …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bretton Woods — Le Mount Washington Hotel de Bretton Woods en 1905. Le …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bretton Woods — Das Wort Bretton Woods bezeichnet: Bretton Woods (New Hampshire), einen Stadtteil von Carroll im Bundesstaat New Hampshire, Vereinigte Staaten Bretton Woods System, das von 1944 bis 1973 geltende globale Währungssystem Bretton Woods II Regime,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bretton Woods —    An agreement signed in 1944 at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, USA, to effect a post war international monetary system. This was the origin of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank. The system was based on fixed exchange rates …   Financial and business terms


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