The international economic agreement reached was to isolate the Central Powers after the war using trade sanctions. The meeting was attended by representatives from Britain, France, Italy, and Russia. The U.S., not yet part of the Allied Powers, also expressed a graet interest, and sent staff from the Paris U.S. embassy to monitor the proceedings.
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Editors. "Allied economic conference in Paris". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 March 2010
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