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English definition of “international monetary system”

international monetary system

noun [S]
 
 
ECONOMICS, FINANCE, GOVERNMENT the system of rules that controls the exchange of currencies among countries, and that is designed to allow international trade and investment to work effectively: A stable international monetary system is a prerequisite for sustainable economic growth.
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