Report, Tema 18

U.S. Government Printing Office, 1931
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Página 55 - That the duties and taxes collected in the Philippine Archipelago in pursuance of this Act, and all duties and taxes collected in the United States upon articles coming from the Philippine Archipelago and upon foreign vessels coming therefrom, shall not be covered into the general fund of the Treasury of the United States, but shall be held as a separate fund and paid into the treasury of the Philippine Islands, to be used and expended for the government and benefit of said islands.
Página 3 - That upon the reimportation of articles once exported, of the growth, product, or manufacture of the United States, upon which no internal tax has been assessed or paid, or upon which such tax has been paid and refunded by allowance or drawback, there shall be levied, collected, and paid a duty equal to the tax imposed by the internalrevenue laws upon such articles...
Página 2 - The United States will, for the term of ten years from the date of the exchange of the ratifications of the present treaty, admit Spanish ships and merchandise to the ports of the Philippine Islands on the same terms as ships and merchandise of the United States.
Página 10 - That all articles, the growth or product of or manufactured in the Philippine Islands from materials the growth or product of the Philippine Islands or of the United States...
Página 56 - ... the actual market value or wholesale price of such merchandise as bought and sold in usual wholesale quantities, at the time of exportation to the United States, in the principal markets of the country from whence imported...
Página 55 - ... other than the United States, the Internal-revenue tax imposed by the Philippine Government on like articles manufactured and consumed in the Philippine Islands or shipped thereto for consumption therein, from the United States: And provided further, That from and after the passage of this Act all internal revenues collected in or for account of the Philippine Islands shall accrue Intact to the general government thereof and be paid into the insular treasury: And provided further, That section...
Página 6 - ... purchase the necessities of life. Without the strict maintenance of the tariff principle, our farmers will need always to compete with cheap lands and cheap labor abroad and with lower standards of living. The enormous value of the protective principle has once more been demonstrated by the emergency tariff act of 1921 and the tariff act of 1922. We...
Página 29 - The average Filipino believes that it is better for his country to be slowly and gradually developed by a population of comparatively small individual landowners than to be more rapidly exploited by a few large corporations which own the land and till it either with tenant farmers or hired employees.
Página 9 - Typical was the declaration of the legislative assembly that "the duty-free exchange of products between the United States and the Philippines in the long run would be highly prejudicial to the economic interests of the Philippine people and would create a situation which might delay the obtaining of its independence.
Página 51 - The United States coastwise shipping laws have never been applied to the Philippines. Under section 21 of the Merchant Marine Act of June 5, 1920, these laws can still be extended to the Philippines by Executive action. * This percentage of maximum admissible foreign content in duty-free goods was originally suggested by the Connecticut Tobacco Growers' Association to be applicable to wrapper tobacco.

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