By Joseph Gold
This quantity, through Joseph Gold, discusses many of the significant letgal results of fluctuating alternate charges in either public overseas legislation and nationwide legislation. the issues and similarities within the options are reviewed, and the writer recommends additional advancements within the legislations.
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Discussion will concentrate largely on legal developments that have occurred already. Numerous suggestions have been made for other changes in international law, usually to improve the international monetary system as a whole or the EMS, but these ideas are still largely in the political arena and are not the subject matter of this study. Some proposed changes in national law will be considered, but these are not obviously political. Another prefatory comment that must be made is that many rules of law, particularly of national law, that apply to exchange rates antedate the decline and abrogation of the par value system but are still in force.
Only some of its features that are of particular interest in connection with the fluctuation of exchange rates will be discussed here. The Treaty of Rome, 1957, which established the European Economic Community, contained few provisions on exchange rates. It is safe to assume that the negotiators relied, as did the negotiators of so many other treaties, on the provisions of the IMF's Articles and the IMF's administration of them to preserve the stability of exchange rates, although not rigidly if there was economic justification for changes in rates.
3 of the United Kingdom Board of 17 ©International Monetary Fund. Not for Redistribution THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF EXCHANGE RATES Much the same judgment has been reached in a report issued by a private study group in August 1987: The weaknesses of the fluctuating rates system are now well recognized and documented and need not be explained at length here. 21 It is not surprising that, as a result of the inadequacies of the discretionary system, governments have decided to recapture some of the authority over exchange rates they have conceded to the markets.