National or International Bank

A National Bank effects monetary policy within geographically defined boarders, and (theoretically) operates independently of the sovereign government. It adjusts the interest rates of the country in question and manages the money supply.

An International Bank  provides loans and banking services to the international entities, attempts to intervene when countries face economic crises, and are largely considered to be tools of the West. They have no actual institutionally defined power over governments.

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