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Wednesday April 26 1950
153
Mr R F Loree chairman National Foreign Trade Council
177
Monday May 1 1950
308
Tuesday May 2 1950
335
Wednesday May 3 1950
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Page
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velopment
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Mr Kermit Gordon staff consultant Committee for Economic
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Letter of February 28 1950 from Hon Louis Johnson Secretary
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Mr Albert Barnes the American Bar Association
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Letter submitted by Librarian of Congress transmitting views of
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by Brookings Institution in 1950 by William Adams Brown Jr and study
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Friday May 12 1950
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1950
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Resolution submitted by the Church Peace Union on ratification of
660
Brief submitted by Mr J G Lerch Lamb Lerch attorney for
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Statement submitted by Mrs Arthur Forrest Anderson president Young
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Statement submitted by the American Association for the United Nations
678
Letter to Hon John Kee from Oxford University Press Inc transmitting
715
Statement submitted by Mr L B Platt New York on ITO Charter
721
Letter to Hon John Kee from Hon Will Clayton Anderson Clayton Co
727
Resolution submitted by Glass Container Manufacturers Institute Inc
738
TABLES SUBMITTED FOR THE RECORD
808
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
1
OTO amend the Mutual Defense Assist
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Marshall Hon George C Secretary of Defense letter to Hon John
35
Domestic exports value of agricultural compared with all commodities
65
New York Herald Tribune article from entitled Tito Aid Calls Moscow
75
Ulster Irish Liberty Legion letter to Hon John Kee from 114
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Addonizio Hon Hugh J a Representative in Congress from the State
141
United Irish American Societies of New York letter to Hon John
151
American Friends of Ireland State of Washington letter to Hon John
157
INITED STATES OF AMERICA
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Mr E T Dickinson ECA member FMACC 76
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Memorandum submitted by Department of State on customs treatment
77
New York State Legislature resolution adopted by
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Memorandum submitted by Hon Willard Thorp Assistant Secretary
83
Hon George C Marshall former Secretary of State 85
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Memorandum submitted by Hon Willard Thorp Assistant Secretary
91
OCallaghan Jeremiah J testimony
92
United States exports and imports expressed as percentages of United
103
Letter of April 25 1950 from Hon Edward H Foley Jr Under Secretary
104
Celtic Democratic Club Inc Bayonne N J resolution adopted by 106
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Statement submitted by Mr William L Batt chairman committee for
112
Statement submitted Mr Edward T Dickinson member FMACC
131
Document submitted by Mr William L Batt chairman committee for
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Exports in leading industries October 1948 to September 1949 351
139
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Clifford Daniel J telegram to Hon John Kee from 158
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Foreign trade is vital to the United States 18
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Committee from Portland Oreg consisting of Messrs Ellis Healy
21
Southwestern border projects June 28
28
Tate Jack B acting legal adviser Department of State testimony of 1
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ment of 121
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Foodstuffs percentage of to be distributed among civilian population
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Return of Mexican flags June
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Dever Hon Paul A Governor Commonwealth of Massachusetts letter
Settlement of intercus todial con
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MDAP appropriations reasons for not requesting authority to reimburse
34
Scullion Michael statement of
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Yugoslav Emergency Relief Ass 1s tance
1
Toal Peter member executive committee American League for an Undi
27
Tompkins Leslie J chairman American Defense Society of New York
33
Export of strategic materials 194749 and January
47
United Steelworkers of America District No 1 letter to Hon John
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Página 466 - Fourth, they will endeavor, with due respect for their existing obligations, to further the enjoyment by all States, great or small, victor or vanquished, of access, on equal terms, to the trade and to the raw materials of the world which are needed for their economic prosperity...
Página 593 - With a view to the creation of conditions of stability and wellbeing which are necessary for peaceful and friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and selfdetermination of peoples, the United Nations shall promote: a.
Página 734 - Recognizing that their relations in the field of trade and economic endeavour should be conducted with a view to raising standards of living, ensuring full employment and a large and steadily growing volume of real income and effective demand...
Página 528 - ... in a manner calculated to foster and promote free competitive enterprise and the general welfare, conditions under which there will be afforded useful employment opportunities, including self-employment, for those able, willing, and seeking to work, and to promote maximum employment, production, and purchasing power.
Página 3 - There is hereby authorized to be appropriated annually to the Department of State, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, such sums as may be necessary for the payment by the United States of its share of the expenses of the...
Página 65 - Application thereof, together with the Final Act Adopted at the Conclusion of the Second Session of the Preparatory Committee of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Employment which authenticated the texts of the said general agreement and the said protocol; 4.
Página 207 - With respect to customs duties and charges of any kind imposed on or in connection with importation or exportation or imposed on the international transfer of payments for imports or exports, and with respect to the method of levying such duties and charges, and with respect to all rules and formalities in connection with importation and exportation...
Página 699 - ... if composed wholly or in chief value of iron, steel, lead, copper, brass, nickel, pewter, zinc, aluminum, or other metal, but not plated with platinum, gold, or silver, or colored with gold lacquer, whether partly or wholly manufactured, 45 per centum ad valorem.
Página 160 - Organization to prevent, on the part of private or public commercial enterprises, business practices affecting international trade which restrain competition, limit access to markets, or foster monopolistic control...
Página 509 - To that end they shall include provision for agreed action by the United States of America and the United Kingdom open to participation by all other countries of like mind, directed to the expansion by appropriate international and domestic measures of production. employment, and the exchange and consumption of goods which are the material foundations of the liberty and welfare of all peoples; to the elimination of all forms of discriminatory treatment in international commerce, and to the reduction...

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