The Inter-Ally Debts

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Effect of Dawes Plan

Since the adoption of the Dawes plan, the problem of the Inter-Ally Debts has assumed a more immediate importance. As long as the Reparation question remained unadjusted, it was impossible to attempt any comprehensive settlement owing to the unwillingness of France to commit herself to further financial burdens until she knew more definitely what were her prospects of payment by Germany, Although the success of the Dawes plan in its initial stages cannot be taken as a guaranty of its ultimate success, its adoption clears the way for a more fruitful discussion of the whole question of inter-ally debts. In January, 1925, the Allied Finance Ministers and Colonel Logan, officially representing the United States, will meet In Paris for such a ...

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