Courtesy Reuters

THE name "Young Plan" has become identified with the decision for a complete and final settlement of the reparations question which was reached in Paris June 7, 1929, by the experts of the participating nations, under the chairmanship of Mr. Owen D. Young. It is a companion title to the name "Dawes Plan," applied to the decision reached by the experts on April 19, 1924, which led to the first temporary settlement of the reparations question and showed the way out of the chaos of the Ruhr Occupation. Furthermore, just as we understand by the Dawes Plan the entire arrangement between the creditor nations

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