Plaza Accord
The extraordinary agreement to use coordinated Central Bank Intervention to devalue the U.S. dollar. The Plaza Accord was named for the Plaza Hotel in New York City where the agreement was signed on September 22nd, 1985 by the governments of the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, France and West Germany.
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