International Investment and Development Policy


178. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: Department of State, Central Files, 398.13/3-861. Official Use Only. Drafted by Martin on March 13.


179. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: Department of State, Central Files, 398.051/3-1761. Official Use Only. Drafted by Plakias.


180. Telegram From the Department of State to the Mission to the United Nations

Source: Department of State, Central Files, 398.051/3-1761. Confidential. Drafted by Plakias and Walter M. Kotschnig (IO/OES) on March 17, cleared by Martin and David Wilken (E), Secretary of the Treasury Dillon, and Virginia Westfall (IO/OIA) in draft, and approved by Cleveland. Repeated to Brussels, Canberra, Copenhagen, The Hague, London, Ottawa, Paris, Pretoria, Rome, Stockholm, and Tokyo.


181. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: Department of State, Central Files, 398.14/3-2061. Official Use Only. Drafted by Martin on March 21.


182. Memorandum From the Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs (Cleveland) to Acting Secretary of State Bowles

Source: Department of State, Central Files, 398.051/5-1861. Confidential. Drafted by Ruth S. Gold (E/OFD) and Richard N. Gardner (IO) on May 16 and concurred in by Achilles (S/O), Martin (E), Ball (B), Bell (B/FAC), Labouisse (ICA), and Hays (H).


183. Letter From the Managing Director of the U.N. Special Fund (Hoffman) to the Under Secretary of State (Bowles)

Source: Department of State, Central Files, 398.051/6-3061. Personal.


184. Letter From the Under Secretary of State (Bowles) to the Managing Director of the U.N. Special Fund (Hoffman)

Source: Department of State, Central Files, 398.051/6-3061. No classification marking.


185. Memorandum From the Managing Director of the Development Loan Fund (Coffin) to the Staff of the Development Loan Fund

Source: Washington National Records Center,RG 286, AID Administrator Files: FRC 65 A 481, Development Financing, FY 1962. No classification marking. Attached to the source text is a July 24 memorandum from Joseph S. Toner to Labouisse, noting that the memorandum was distributed to the DLF staff on July 21. The source text bears the handwritten marginal comment: “Noted H.L. by PYJ[ones].” Jones was Labouisse's Executive Assistant.


186. Memorandum From the Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs (Ball) to the Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs (Cleveland)

Source: Kennedy Library, National Security Files, Kaysen Series, Economic Policy,OECD Development Center. Confidential. Transmitted through S/S. Copies were sent to David Bell, Kaysen, Labouisse, Edwin Martin, and John Bell.


187. Letter From Secretary of the Treasury Dillon to the Belgian Finance Minister (Dequae)

Source: Department of State, Central Files, 398.13/8-2361. No classification marking. Attached to the source text is an August 23 letter from Theodore L. Eliot, Jr., Dillon's Special Assistant, to Lucius D. Battle, indicating that Dillon had sent the enclosed letter to Dequae as well as to Karl Blessing (Belgium), Franz Etzel and Ludwig Erhard (Federal Republic of Germany), Wilfrid Baumgartner (France), Pierre Werner (Luxembourg), J. Zijlstra and M. W. Holtrop (Netherlands), and Paolo Emilio Taviani (Italy). Also attached is a copy of a note from Dillon to Hubert Ansiaux, Governor of the Banque Nationale de Belgique, thanking him for his support for the proposed multilateral borrowing scheme in the International Monetary Fund and enclosing a copy of the letter printed here for his information. All these letters were transmitted through the appropriate Embassies.


188. Memorandum From the Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs (Ball) to the Under Secretary of State (Bowles)

Source: Washington National Records Center, RG 286,AID Administrator Files: FRC 65 A 481, State Department, FY 1962. Confidential. The source text forms part of the daily log of the AID Executive Secretariat, September 12.


190. Current Economic Developments

Source: Washington National Records Center, E/CBA/REP Files: FRC 72 A 6248, Current Economic Developments. Unclassified. The source text comprises pp. 1-6 of the issue.


191. Memorandum From Secretary of State Rusk to President Kennedy

Source: Department of State, S/S-NSC Files: Lot 72 D 316, NSAM No. 101. Confidential.


192. Memorandum From the President's Special Assistant (Schlesinger) to the President's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (Bundy)

Source: Kennedy Library, National Security Files, Subjects Series, United Nations, General, 12/61. No classification marking. The word “Noted” is written on the source text in Bundy's handwriting.


193. Current Economic Developments

Source: Washington National Records Center, E/CBA/REP Files: FRC 72 A 6248, Current Economic Developments. Confidential. The source text comprises pp. 13-15 of the issue.


194. Summary Minutes of Meeting of the Interdepartmental Committee of Under Secretaries on Foreign Economic Policy

Source: Department of State, E Files: Lot 65 D 68, Interdepartmental Committee of Under Secretaries on Foreign Economic Policy. Official Use Only. Presumably drafted by Ruth S. Donahue who is listed as Recording Secretary.


195. Airgram From the Mission to the United Nations to the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Central Files, 398.051/2-2862. Confidential. Drafted by Klutznick, Seymour M. Finger, and David Tilson and cleared by Klutznick and Hefner.


196. Letter From the Managing Director of the U.N. Special Fund (Hoffman) to Secretary of State Rusk

Source: Department of State, Central Files, 398.051/3-162. No classification marking. Attached to the source text is a March 2 note from Swank to Cleveland, indicating that this letter was left with the Secretary by Hoffman during the latter's call on March 2. Secretary Rusk met with Hoffman and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs Gardner on March 2 from 2:56 to 3:28 p.m., but no record of their conversation has been found. (Johnson Library, Rusk Appointment Books)


197. Memorandum From the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs (Gardner) to the Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs (Cleveland)

Source: Department of State, Central Files, 398.13/4-1662. Limited Official Use. Drafted by Gardner. Attached to the source text is an April 19 note from Cleveland to Ball, remarking that Gardner's memorandum was worth reading and suggesting a meeting among Dillon, Leddy, and Ball on the Bank and Fund leadership question after Ball returned from abroad the first week in May.


198. Telegram From the Mission to the United Nations to the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Central Files, 398.051/4-2462. Secret; Limit Distribution.


199. Letter From the Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs (Cleveland) to the Managing Director of the U.N. Special Fund (Hoffman)

Source: Department of State, Central Files, 398.051/3-162. No classification marking. Drafted by Frank K. Hefner (IO/OIA) on April 5.


200. Current Economic Developments

Source: Washington National Records Center, E/CBA/REP Files: FRC 72 A 6248, Current Economic Developments. Confidential. The source text comprises pp. 14-15 of the issue.


202. Telegram From the Department of State to the Mission to the United Nations

Source: Department of State, Central Files, 398.051/1-3063. Confidential; Priority. Drafted by Gardner and McKitterick on January 29; cleared by ARA (in substance), Wallner (IO), and Little (S/S); and approved by Secretary Rusk. Also sent to Rome. Attached to the source text is a January 29 memorandum from Wallner to Secretary Rusk, requesting the Secretary's approval of the telegram and recommending against a final appeal from Ambassador Reinhardt in Rome to Dr. Binay Ranjan Sen, Director General of the FAO, to declare the Cuban project unfeasible, because Sen would probably ignore the appeal. At most he would send a special investigator to Cuba who would probably report favorably on the project. “At best, we would have gained a month without changing the outcome and at the risk of drawing additional public and Congressional notice to this matter.”


204. Circular Telegram From the Department of State to Certain Diplomatic Missions

Source: Department of State, Central Files,AID (IDA). Limited Official Use. Drafted and cleared by Bullitt (Treasury), Springsteen, and Read and approved by A. Evans Hiley (OC/DCT) and Jacob J. Kaplan (AID/IDOS). Sent to Canberra, Vienna, Brussels, Ottawa, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Paris (Embassy and USRO), Bonn, Rome, Tokyo, Kuwait, Luxembourg, The Hague, Oslo, Pretoria, Stockholm, and London.


205. Circular Telegram From the Department of State to Certain Diplomatic Missions

Source: Department of State, Central Files,AID (IDA). Limited Official Use. Drafted by Bullitt (Treasury), cleared by Kaplan (in substance), and approved by John S. Whitt (OC/DCT). Sent to Canberra, Vienna, Brussels, Ottawa, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Paris (Embassy and USRO), Bonn, Rome, Tokyo, Kuwait, Luxembourg, The Hague, Oslo, Pretoria, Stockholm, and London.


207. Letter From the Vice President of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (Wilson) to the Under Secretary of State (Ball)

Source: Department of State, Central Files, AID(IBRD) 9. No classification marking.