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Automobiles:

Pago
Comparison of domestic and foreign...

250–251, 253, 254, 569
Exports of...

516, 523, 524, 525, 534, 569–570, 576, 718–719,
Foreign, not competitive in United States market

250–251
Manufacture and assembly of, in foreign countries.

719-720
Production of..

728
Tariff on.

251-252, 253, 534, 566, 567, 721
Automobiles, accessories, and parts: Concessions obtained by United
States on

243
Aviation, commercial: Post-war development of, in South America.: 103
Axe, Emerson Wirt: On relation between volume of export and business
activity

396
Axis enterprises, former, in South America: Desirability of United States
participation in management of..

106-107
Axis Powers: Plan of, to dominate and invade Latin America.

105-106
Ayres, Col. Leonard: Turning Points in Business Cycles by, cited.

396

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Bacon: Concessions obtained by United States on..

242
Balanced economy: Advantages of..

612-613, 613–614, 623
Baldwin, Mrs. Harris T., vice president, National League of Woman Voters:
Statement of...

939-940
Ball resolution.

504
Baltimore Sun: Editorial from, on Republication opposition to bill to
extend Trade Agreements Act--

231-232
Bank suspensions in United States: Number of..

130
Barley: Concessions obtained by United States on.

241
Baruch, Bernard: Activities of, in international affairs--

387, 388
Batista, Hon. Fulgencio, President of Cuba: Negotiations by, on sugar
duty.

476
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.-

625, 626
Bayler, Lt. Col. Walter L. J.: Article by, in Saturday Evening Post of
April 10, 1943, quoted.

90–91
Beans: Concessions obtained by United States on..

241
Beef:
Concessions obtained by United States on

241
Exports of, from Argentina to Great Britain and United States- 142-143
Production costs of.

478-479, 487, 492–493
Purchase of South American, by England.

478, 493
United States embargo on imports of, from countries where hoof-and-
mouth disease exists..

202, 477, 487-490, 806, 844
United States production of..

486
Beef and hogs: United States production of, 1910–39.

386
Beef, canned: Imports of.

125, 476, 482, 579, 927
Beef cattle:

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

154-155
Imports of

937-938
Beet-sugar industry, domestic: Protection of.

293, 533, 572, 573-575, 787
Belgium:
Abandonment of gold standard by..

582
As supplier of crude oil...

350
Exports of apples and pears to, 1924–42.

-- 944, 958
Most-favored-nation clause in agreement between United States and
(in force also with Luxembourg).

45
Most-favored-nation treaty between New Zealand and.

958
Plate-glass industry of..

567, 568, 582
Standard of living in.--

189
Tariffs and other trade barriers of, against imports of apples and
pears.

945–949, 958
Trade agreement with

45, 268, 353, 611, 741, 958
Value of exports to, 1937.

239, 240
Belgium-Luxemburg: Legislative action on trade agreements not required
bv.

170
Belloc, H.: Article hy, Can We Rope In America, quoted.

456
Belting, hose, and tubing, rubber: Concessions obtained by United States

242

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Benefit payments on cotton.

971, 972, 976
Benton, Hon. Thomas H.: Quoted...

361
Berle, Hon. A. A., Assistant Secretary of State: Views of, cited.

649
Beryllium.

508
Besse, Arthur, president, National Association of Wool Manufacturers:
Statement and testimony of

643-660
Testimony of, in 1940 hearings-

628-629
Beverage industry: Production, exports, and labor in, 1929.

300
Biggers, John D., president, Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co..

618
Birds, dead, dressed, or undressed, fresh, chilled, or frozen: Concessions
granted by United States on.

83
Bituminous Coal Act (Guffey Act)

705-708
Bituminous-coal-mining industry: Bill (1935) for stabilization of.. 706–707
Black & Decker Manufacturing Co.: Statement on trade agreements
by.

605, 606-608
Blacklist of Axis firms in Latin America.

106
Black market.

580
Blaine, James G.: Efforts of, as Secretary of State to establish reciprocal-
trade policy -

31
Bliss, Prof. Charles A.: Quoted.

396-397
Blocked currencies.-

32, 42–43, 64, 95, 290-291, 323, 524, 590, 959
Board of Economic Warfare:

On post-war relationship between Government and industry- 420, 499
Powers and responsibilities of ..

92-94, 293–294
Purchase of commodities of foreign countries directed by ---92-94, 555, 582
Boards, planks, and scantlings: Concessions obtained by United States on.

243
Bob-white quail, tariff on...

550
Bolivia:
Trade agreement between Argentina and.

40, 46, 54
Trade agreement with...

97, 650
Bone china. See China, bo
Bounty-countervailing provisions of Tariff Act of 1930..

30, 325, 326
Box shooks: Concessions obtained by United States on.

243
Boyd, William R., president, American Petroleum Institute.

919
Brazil:
Active participation of, in war.

102
Agricultural economy of -

848-849, 853
Exports of apples and pears to..

955
Increase of cotton acreage in..

493
Legislative action on trade agreements required by

170
Production of cotton and byproducts in.- 967, 968-970, 971, 973, 974, 975
Rubber bound free in agreement with..

222, 223
Steel plant promoted in.

614
Trade agreement between Argentina and

40, 45. 53
Trade agreement between Paraguay and.

40, 46, 54
Trade agreement with...

45, 170, 222, 223, 349, 352, 825, 959, 1010
United States air transport to war zones via.

101
Value of exports to, 1937,

239, 240
Bread-and-cake industry: Production, exports, and labor in, 1929..

300
Breakfast foods and cereals, prepared: Concessions obtained by United
States on.

241
Brenckmann, Fred, Washington representative, the National Grange:
Statement and testimony of

932-938
British Empire: Tariffs of, raised at Ottawa Conference.

244
British White Paper advocating changes in tariffs---

246
Broadcloth, cotton: United States manufacture of, stimulated by imports
from Great Britain.

663
Brookings Institution: World Minerals and Peace, published by ---

633
Brown, Hon. Prentiss, Price Administrator

375
Brown, Millard D., president, Continental Mills, Jenkintown, Pa.: State-
ment and testimony by .

495-501
Brown, M. Stanley, representing certain European textile interests: State-
ment and testimony of ..

661-666
Brown, Russell B., general counsel, Independent Petroleum Association of
America: Statement and testimony by --

868-923

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Budd, Burton C., representing Automobile Manufacturers' Association,

Page
Detroit, Mich.: Statement and testimony of .---

718-821
Building materials: Ad valorem duties on, in certain countries.

60
Bulgaria:

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

189
Bunce, A. C., assistant professor of agricultural economics, Iowa State

College: Statement of, The Reciprocal Trade Agreements and Agricul-
ture.

743–765
Bunn, Charles, special assistant to Under Secretary of State: Views of,
cited.--

649, 652
Business Advisory Council for the Department of Commerce.

584-591,

599–600, 603-605, 616, 617, 655
Busses: Concessions obtained by United States on.

243
Butter:
Concessions obtained by United States on.

242
Purchases of, by Government.

805
Butterfat: Chart and table showing indexes of prices received by farmers
for, 1920-42

152–153
Butter industry: Production, exports, and labor in, 1929-

300

С
Camp, Hon. A. Sidney: Statements and questions by -

329–331, 640
Canada:
As supplier of crude oil..

350
Benefited by trade agreement with Mexico...

479
Benefits of agreement with...

324
Exports of apples from, to principal overseas destinations, 1880–1943 941, 957
Exports of apples to United States by -

956, 959-960
Imports into, of watches, clocks, and precision instruments and ap-
paratus on which concessions were granted to United States.

1012
Imports of cattle from..

475, 479
Imports of United States apples into.

955, 959
Institution of Empire preferences by ----

214-245
Legislative action on trade agreements required by-

170
Reciprocity treaty with (1854).

161, 207, 586
Removal of trade barriers between United States and, discussed. 245,

246, 737, 738, 741, 742
Standard of living in.-

189
Supplementary agreements with, to limit imports of silver foxes, fox
furs, etc.-

315, 316
Trade agreements with.

45, 114, 164, 170, 234, 255, 405-406,
475, 476–477, 738–739, 742, 826, 937, 957, 1010, 1011, 1012
Trade of, with United States in cherries, peaches, plums, and prunes- 960
Value of exports to, 1937

239, 240
Cancelation of existing trade agreements, proposed.

653
Capital, post-war needs for..

713, 962, 964
Capitalistic system.-

842, 843
Carey, W. Gibson, Jr.: Statement and testimony by .

584-603
Carlson, Hon. Frank: Statements and questions by

74,
92-96, 136-141, 293–295, 575-582, 735, 795, 919-920, 976, 977
Cartels, international (see also Trade barriers, nontariff).

191,
468-469, 503, 505-508, 534, 537, 567-568, 582–584, 609, 610, 613,

614, 615, 625, 626, 787
Casein: Imports of..

936-937
Casks: Concession obtained by United States, in agreement with Argen-
tina..

429
Cattle:

Comparative costs of raising, in Mexico and in United States.--- 280-281
Concessions granted by United States on...

272-273
Effect of trade agreement with Argentina on prices of -

141
Imports of.

114, 123-124, 491, 937-938
Increase in Mexican export duty on.

318
Mexican post-war quota of..

281
Mexican regulations affecting exportation of, to the United States... 273

Cattle-Continued.

Page
Number of, in United States, as estimated by Department of Agricul-
ture.

275
Prices of.

120, 141-142, 480, 481, 487-488
Quotas on, terminated.

481
United States production of.

474-475, 478-479, 486, 487
Cattle hides: Concessions obtained by, to United States, on.

242
Cattle industry:
Position of, in United States economy-

842, 843, 844
Protection of..-

475, 479-480, 491, 494, 495
Cement: Concessions obtained by United States on..

243
Cenerazzo, Walter W., president, Waltham Watch Workers Union No. 72,
American Federation of Labor: Statement and testimony of -

991-1012
Central American countries: Trade agreements between Mexico and.. 40, 46
“Central and South America, The Agricultural Economy of”: Text of bul-

letin entitled, by E. J. Kyle, Agricultural and Mechanical College of
Texas.

845-852
Cereals industry: Production, exports, and lahor in. 1929.

300
Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York: statement and testimony
of president of..

924930
Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America in the Argentine
Republic: Letter from..

1071
Chamber of Commerce, United States:
Membership of, 1942..

688, 711
Position of, on trade-agreements program.

685-695, 699–712
Changes in Import Duties Since 1930 (United States Tariff Commission
publication)---

282, 366
Charts:
Indexes of employment, production, and imports, 1919–42.

156
Indexes of imports, exports, national income, and pay rolls in industry,
1919–41..

158
Indices agricultural imports, pay rolls in manufacturing industries,

and farm income from sales of meat animals, and prices received by
farmers for beef cattle, 1920–42..

154
Indices of agricultural imports, pay rolls in manufacturing industries,

cash farm income from sale of dairy products, and prices received by
farmers for butterfat, 1920–42.

152
Indices of foreign trade, pay rolls in manufacturing industries, cash

farm income, and prices received by farmers for agricultural
products, 1920–42...

150
Cheese:
Competition of foreign types of ---

251, 252, 254, 255
Effect on United States trade in cheddar, of concessions to Canada.. 255
Concessions granted by United States on Italian types of, in agreement
with Argentina.

350
Concessions obtained by United States on.-

242
Purchases of, by Government----

805-806
Cheese industry: Production, exports, and labor in, 1929.

300
Chemical Foundation...

584
Chemical industry---

583-584
Chemicals: Ad valorem rates on, by country-

60
Chemicals and related products:
Concessions obtained by United States on.

244
Labor preliminary to export of, in certain years -
Chemicals, oils, and paints: Imports of, in 1939, affected by trade-agree-

ment duty reductions now in effect.-
Chemicals, paints, and related products: Concessions obtained by United
States on..

430
Chemists' Association, Manufacturing: Letter from W. N. Watson,
secretary of..

1081-1083
Cherries: United States trade with Canada in..

960
Chewing-gum industry: Production, exports, and labor in, 1929.

300
Chiang Kai-shek: Confidence in United States as motive of, for continued
resistance to Japan.--

799
Chiang Kai-shek, Madam: Article by, in Atlantic Monthly, May 1942,
cited.

774-775

299

11, 12

Chile:

Pago
Attitude of, toward cooperation with United States in war.

659
Barter arrangement, of, with Germany--

959
Exports of pears and grapes from, 1931-42.

953
Manganese production in, encouraged by United States..

349
Purchases of copper from..

94
Trade agreement between Argentina and..

40, 46, 54
Trade agreement between Uruguay and.

40, 46, 54
Trade agreement between Venezuela and.

40, 45, 54
Trade agreement with...

44, 980
China:

Article on economic situation in, by Mme. Chiang Kai-shek, At-
lantic Monthly, May 1942...

774–775
Esteem of, for United States.

798–799
Exploitation of, by Japan

779, 780-781
Imports of bone china from.

675
Living conditions in...

704, 791, 793
Most-favored-nation clause in treaty between United States and.

44
Possibilities of competition from, discussed..

799, 800
United States technical and financial assistance to.

793, 797, 799
United States trade with...

779, 797–798
China and earthenware (see also Pottery products): Reduction of duty on
imports of..

318
China, bone: Concession to Great Britain on, and its effects-- 668-669, 673-675
Chocolate and cocoa industry: Production, exports, and labor in, 1929... 300
Chrome: Purchase of Turkish output of, by United States..

658
Cigarette-paper industry, United States: Development of..

578
Cigarettes: Concessions obtained by United States on.

242
Citizens for Victory: Letter from...

1106-1107
Civil Aeronautics Board..

634
Clark, Colin: Data of, on standards of living -

188, 189
Clay, Henry: Quoted..

361
Clay products: Labor preliminary to export of, in certain years..

299
Clayton, Hon. W. L., Assistant Secretary of Commerce: Statement and
testimony of....

961-977
Clocks:

Canadian imports of, on which concessions were granted to United
States....

1012
Concessions obtained by United States on..

1011
Exports of

1004, 1010
Imports of..

1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1008, 1009
Production of

1004
Statement on, prepared by United States Tariff Commission... 1003-1012
Coal: Labor preliminary to export of, in certain years...

299
Coal, bituminous: Tariff on..

81
Coal products: Labor preliminary to export of, in certain years..

299
Cobalt oxide:
Reduction of duty on, in agreements with Canada...

353
Reduction of duty on, in agreement with Belgium..

353
Coffee

183, 202
Cole, Hon. William P., Jr.: Quoted on need to expand petroleum output.. 871
Colombia:
Legislative action on trade agreements required by.

170
Trade agreement between Argentina and.

54
Trade agreement between Uruguay and.

40, 46
Trade agreement with.

45, 223, 1010, 1011
Value of exports to, 1937.

239, 240
Colonization plan for Central and South America..

850-851
Commerce: Effect of, on foreign relations.--

88-89
Commerce, Department of:

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

29, 32, 77, 78
Data from Survey of Current Business of, on average weekly indus-
trial earnings

267
Operations of, in foreign field.

78, 701
Participation of, in administration of trade-agreements program. 162,

167-168, 169, 198, 229, 230, 248, 307, 308, 309, 311, 329, 330,

333, 678, 680.
Report of Business Advisory Council for, on trade agreements pro-
gram...

585-591

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