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International Finance Corporation (IFC) Board of Governors resolution ; no. 70 : Membership of China (English)

On July 24, 1968, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) Board of Governors adopted resolution number seventy. It was resolved that, by accepting membership in the Corporation, the Republic of China shall subscribe to 4,154 shares of the capital stock of the Corporation at the par value of $1,000 per share. Before accepting membership in the Corporation, the Republic of China shall pay $4,154,000 to the Corporation in full payment of the capital stock subscribed. The Republic of China may accept membership in the Corporation pursuant to this resolution until January 24, 1969, or by such later date as the Board of Directors may determine.

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International Finance Corporation (IFC) Board of Governors resolution ; no. 70 : Membership of China (English). IFC Board of Governors Resolution ; no. 70 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/444401468216272684/International-Finance-Corporation-IFC-Board-of-Governors-resolution-no-70-Membership-of-China