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Foreign holdings of dollar assets increased from $8 billion in 1950 to $47 billion in 1970. S. S. banks. S. S. Treasury. The dilemma was that the United States was unable to distinguish, in the design of its balance-of-payment policies, between those foreign countries that wanted to add to their holdings of dollar assets and those countries that wanted to add to their gold holdings. S. S. goods were too expensive or foreign goods were too cheap, but because foreign central banks wanted to add to their holdings of international money.
S. dollar price of gold and other currencies would have no significant impact on gold output. But such an increase would win points for Pompidou. The economic issues involved the effect of changes in the exchange rate structure on the competitive position of firms with plants in different countries. Germany, for example, would not set a new parity for the mark until Japan had set a new parity for the yen. The Germans wanted to be sure that the yen would be revalued by a larger amount than the mark, so that German producers would be in a more favorable position relative to their Japanese competitors in world export markets.
Some importers found that they had to pay more for foreign exchange than they would 20 2 I A System Is How the Pieces Fit have if the currency had been devalued. In effect, such controls devalued the currency on a selective, "backdoor" basis. Conversely, countries with large payment surpluses reduced controls on foreign payments rather than revalue their currencies. In the decades since World War II, exchange rate pegs have been changed more than one hundred times, an average of slightly more than one change per country.