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Agreement countries. See Trade-agreement countries.

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Agricultural Adjustment Act..

81, 236, 237, 377-378, 379, 385, 387
Agricultural Adjustment Administration..

478
Agricultural Economy of Central and South America, The: Text of bulletin

entitled, by E. J. Kyle, Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas - 845-852
Agricultural income: Rise of, under trade agreements.

81
Agricultural machinery: Exports of, 1934 and 1937-

523, 524
Agricultural machinery and implements, United States: Exports of, 1940
and 1941.

137-139
Agricultural production:
Data on, for 1933–41.

390
Outlook for...

137
Agricultural products:

Chart and table showing indexes of prices received by farmers for,
1920-42.

150-151
Charts and tables showing indexes of imports of, 1920–44.

152-155
Comparison of exports of, to trade-agreement and non-trade-agree-
ment countries...

194-195
Concessions granted and obtained by United States on.

28–29, 34,
114, 164, 171, 237, 241-242, 390, 391, 812, 813
Decline of exports, of, since 1934.

36, 466, 740, 935
Effect of trade agreement with United Kingdom on exports of

113
Effect of trade-agreements program on exports of., 113, 775–776, 788–789
Imports of, in 1939, affected by trade-agreement duty reduction now
in effect

11, 12
Imports of, into the United States.

11, 12,

36, 37, 46–47, 48, 61, 71, 72, 466, 935-938
Outlet for surplus, under trade-agreements program.

932–933,

961-962, 963–964
Post-war foreign markets for...

82, 113, 141, 362, 740–741
Prices of, 1925-43.

81
Proposed amendment to Trade Agreements Act relating to parity
prices of, and forgein competition.--

226-227, 768, 1109
Reduction of British Empire preferences on, through trade agreements-
Reductions and bindings of United States duties on.. 336-337, 600-601
Tariff on, under act of 1930.-

461
Value of exports of, to trade-agreement countries, 1937.-

239
Value of United States exports and competitive imports of, 2 vears
before and 2 years after trade agreements.-

812–813, 815
Value of United States exports and imports of, 1929–40 and first 9
months of 1941.-.

72
Agriculture:

Effect of international banking and business interests on United
States

374-388
Effects of trade-agreements program on..

37-39,
46-48, 52-53, 56, 71, 112-115, 117, 121-123, 129-131, 161, 162,
163, 167, 261-267, 611, 737, 740, 745-752, 775–776, 803,

932–938, 978-987, 989
Labor engaged in, preliminary to export, in certain vears.

299
Resolution of Twenty-fourth Annual Convention of National Coopera-
tive Milk Producers' Federation giving program for ..

803-805
Statement by A. C. Bunce, assistant professor of agricultural economics,
Iowa State College, on reciprocal trade agreements and..

743-765
321-323
American Farm Bureau Federation.

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Agriculture, Department of:

Page
Agricultural-income data for 1934-42 furnished by -

72, 81
Collaboration in setting up proposed international clearing union -- 73
Cooperation of, with State Department.---

29
Data of, on effect of trade agreements on agricultural exports. 122, 123
Farm income, measured by

377-378
Farm-marketing data published by

263, 265, 267
Letter from, to Mr. Gearhart concerning hoof-and-mouth disease.--- 487-490
Participation of, in administration of trade-agreements program

162,
167–168, 198, 229, 230, 248, 307, 308, 309, 311, 329, 330, 333,

678, 680.
Plan of, to reduce protein and vitamin content of feed.

379
Quoted on corn and meat production...

386
Agriculture, Secretary of. See Wickard, Hon. Claude R., Secretary of

Agriculture.
Air bases, United States: In South America -

101, 102, 103
Aircraft, parts, and supplies: United States exports to Japan, 1936-40.

88
Air traffic, post-war international
Air transport: Competition with Germany in Latin America..

634-635
Albania: Most-favored-nation clause in agreement between United States
and..

44
Alcohol: Conversion of farm products into..

140, 266
Alcoholic beverages: Concessions on, granted by United States in trade
agreements.

679, 684
Alpaca hair: Reduction of duty on, in agreement with Peru..

3.53
Aluminum: Production of.

962, 964
Aluminum and products: Concessions obtained by United States on.

243
Aluminum cartel.

507
Amendments to Trade Agreements Act, proposed —
Miscellaneous..

576,
577, 578, 580, 581, 602-603, 613, 615, 616, 665, 666, 690, 708–709,

715-717, 760, 801, 815–817, 841, 857-858, 859, 860–861, 938.
To limit extension of act to less than 3 years..

207-208,

228, 471, 479, 511, 655, 789, 939, 1107
To prohibit duty or import-tax reductions on competitive foreign

agricultural products if average wholesale price of comparable
domestic product is less than parity--

226-227, 768, 1109
To prohibit generalization of concessions to countries discriminating
against United States commerce----

233-235,

578, 580, 581, 613, 86, 862, 863, 1109
To prohibit Presidential modification of sanitary laws and regula-
tions

479, 806, 1109
To prohibit such duty reductions as would result in entry of com-

petitive foreign products at prices less than domestic cost of pro-
duction --

801, 815, 1109
To provide for congressional consideration of agreements.

201-202,
207, 219-220, 223, 238, 479, 485, 496–497, 512, 513, 530, 589,
597-598, 601-602, 615-616, 624, 628, 630, 727-728, 768, 783,

801, 812, 858-859, 873, 923, 939, 986, 989–990, 1001, 1109.
To provide for right of appeal or protest by American producers 223-224,

464-465, 512-513, 530, 576–577, 621, 690, 789-790, 804, 818,

938, 1109.
To provide for Senate ratification of agreements --

207, 220-222, 235-236, 473, 474, 512, 589, 624, 727, 735, 804, 806,

812, 841, 853, 933, 938, 939, 985, 986, 987, 990, 1000, 1001.
To suspend application of concessions to countries discriminating
against United States through operations of international cartels.cc 505,

609, 615, 625-627
American Association of University Women: Letter from...

1108
American Chamber of Commerce of Cuba.-

-- 636, 638, 1071
American Economic Association:

Statement of 1,200 members of, favoring renewal of Trade Agreements
Act.--.

432433
Statement on international economic relations delivered before, in
January 1943.

196, 740, 1076-1080

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161,

American Federation of Labor:

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Position of, on trade-agreements program.- 721-735, 994-995, 996-999, 1001
Statement and testimony by William Green, president of..

721-729
American Flint Glass Workers' Union..

735
American Glassware Association: Letter from H, L. Dillingham, secre-
tary-

1080-1081
American Manufacturers' Export Association: Estimate by, of number of
persons in United States dependent on foreign trade-

962, 964-965
American National Livestock Association: Statement and testimony by
F. E. Mollin, executive secretary of..

472–495
American Optical Co.---

625
American Petroleum Institute..

919
American production: Regulation of admission of foreign goods in accord-
ance with needs of...

215, 216, 220
American Republics (see also Latin America; South America):
Extent of active participation in war.

101, 102, 103
Increase in volume of United States trade with, since 1934.

98
Meeting of ministers of foreign affairs of, at Rio de Janeiro.

399,

419, 420, 421
Relations of Argentina with other...

853, 854, 860, 863–868
American Tariff League, Inc.:
Brief by, opposing renewal of Trade Agreements Act.

695-699
Discussion of data published in pamphlet of, entitled “How High Are
United States Tariffs?”.

355-360, 462, 495, 515, 541, 543–544, 549
Nonconcurrence of chairman of executive committee of, in report of
United States Chamber of Commerce on Trade Agreements Act--- 686,

688, 690-692, 699–700
American vessels: Number and tonnage of, entered from and cleared for

trade-agreement and non-trade-agreement countries in selected years,
1929–40.

304
America's Wage Owners' Protective Conference:

Letter from, May 10, 1930, protesting against petition addressed to

President Hoover by economists opposing Hawley-Smoot tariff.- 450-452
Statement of representative of, before Ways and Means Committee
on immigration, December 9, 1942..

753-757
American Watch Assemblers' Association, Inc., letter from.

1109
Amtorg Trading Corporation ---

581
Anchovies: Reduction of duty on, in agreement with Argentina.

351-352
Anderson, Clayton & Co...n

967, 968
Animal oils: Concessions obtained by United States on.

242
Antidumping provisions of law.

30, 325, 326, 708, 864, 867
Appeal or protest by American producers -- 217–218, 223-224, 464-465, 512-513,

530,531, 552, 576-577, 624, 690, 789-790, 804, 818, 864, 938, 1109
Apple pectin: Substitution of, for plasma....

960
Apples:
Concessions obtained by United States on.

241
Exports of, to various foreign countries and

941-956, 957–960
Foreign tariffs and trade barriers against imports of..

942-943,

945–957, 948-949, 950–953
Need of export markets for United States crops of.

82, 959
Pre-war exports of..

34
Apple sauce: Concessions obtained by United States on.

241
Apricots: Concessions obtained by United States on.

241
Argentina:
Agricultural economy of...

848–849, 850
Attitude of, toward cooperation with United States in war-

659
Bee-cattlef industry of.

839, 842–843, 844-845
Beef exports to Great Britain and United States.

142-143
Beef imports from..--

183
Blocking of exchange by-

959
Devaluation of peso in..

141
Effect of trade agreement with, on cattle prices..

141
Exchange manipulation in.

578-579
Exports of apples and pears to, 1927-42-

949, 958-959
Exports of fresh meat from.

927
Exports of pears and grapes from, 1931-42.

953-954, 959
Imports of meats from

68, 927

Argentina-Continued.

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Increased production of cattle in...

492-493, 494-495
Legislative action on trade agreements required by

170
Livestock industry of...

654
Low-cost production of turkeys in..

454, 478
Outbreaks of hoof-and-mouth disease in.

477,
478, 484-485, 489–490, 493, 579, 806, 844, 928
Post-war export trade of, with Europe.

840, 853-855
Post-war trade with, discussed..

654
Racial composition of population of

840
Reaction of, to United States tariff treatment..

202-203
Relations of, with Germany.---

853-854, 860
Relations of, with United States and other American republics.

853,

954, 860
Sanitary convention (1936) with...

477,
482-486, 490–491, 493, 654, 806-809, 812, 826, 844, 925
Steel plant promoted in..

614
Tariff rate on imports of turkeys from

225, 226, 422, 478
Tariffs and other trade barriers of, against imports of applies and
pears.--

950-953, 958–959
Trade agreement between Bolivia and.

40, 46, 54
Trade agreement between Brazil and..

40, 45, 53
Trade agreement between Chile and..

40, 46, 54
Trade agreement between Colombia and.

54
Trade agreement between Cuba and..

40, 45, 46
Trade agreement between Peru and.

40, 46, 54
Trade agreement with.

45, 223, 350, 423-430,
476, 487, 493, 578-579, 587, 936, 980, 981, 982, 985, 987
United States trade relations with.

659
Value of exports to, 1937.-

239, 240
Armaments: Reduction and control of, necessary to international security. 147
Armed forces, United States: Size of.

202
Arms: Prohibition of exportation of, to certain South American countries.- 217
Army, United States:
Food supplied to, by British under lend-lease program.

143
Purchases of wool textiles by --

648
Arnold, Thurman: Attack on monopolies_

629
Asia as potential United States market -

779–780, 793, 797-798
Asparagus: Concessions obtained by United States on.

241
Association of British Chambers of Commerce: Quoted.

498
Atlantic Charter --- 26, 27, 28, 82, 135, 398, 432, 504, 722, 821, 823, 824, 929, 1016
Atlantic, Gulf, and Pacific coast ports: Water-borne commerce through.. 303
Atlantic Monthly:
Article by Hon. Sumner Welles in, quoted.-

651, 715, 1016
Message of Woodrow. Wilson quoted.

431
Attorney General: Ruling of, on existing tariff rates.

283
Australia:
Discrimination against United States by-

288-289
Party to Ottawa agreements--

245, 246
Refusal of trade-agreement benefits to.

164
Standard of living in..

189
Textile industry in..

614
Austria:

Most-favored-nation clause in treaty between United States and..--- 44
Standard of living in.----

189
Autarchy as post-war alternative to international cooperation.. -147-148, 181
Automobile industry:
Advocacy of trade-agreements program by

570
Competitive advantage of .-

216, 566-567, 568-569
Tariff protection of.

251-252, 253, 719, 721
Automobile Manufacturers Association: Statement and testimony by
Burton C. Budd, representing -

718–721
Automobile parts and accessories:
Concessions obtained by United States on.

427-428
Exports of..

193

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