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A. Possible Shortcomings in Applicable Statutes

1. Manufacturing Chemists Association..

2. Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Asso-

ciation...

3. American Iron & Steel Institute...

4. American Importers Association..

5. Nationwide Committee on Import-Export Policy

6. Committee for a National Trade Policy--

7. Service Tools Institute

8. National Livestock Feeders Association.

9. U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

10. Lead-Zinc Producers Committee..

11. Mushroom Canners Committee, Pennsylvania

Canners and Food Processors Association

B. The Negotiating Process and Ad Hoc Trade Agreements

1. Executive Branch Statement.

2. William S. Christopher on behalf of Tariff Com-

mittee of the Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc.

3. U.S. Council of International Chamber of Com-

merce..

4. Manufacturing Chemists Association.

5. Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Asso-

ciation...

6. American Importers Association..

7. Service Tools Institute

8. National Livestock Feeders Association.

C. Role of the Tariff Commission

1. Manufacturing Chemists Association

2. American Importers Association..

3. Service Tools Institute..

4. National Livestock Feeders Association..

5. Mushroom Canners Committee, Pennsylvania

Canners and Food Processors Association.

D. Customs Administration

1. Executive Branch Statement.

2. Richard J. Kaplan on behalf of himself and David

Golden for the Industrial Rubber Products Divi-

sion of the Rubber Manufacturers Association..

3. American Importers Association..

4. Service Tools Institute

5. United States-Japan Trade Council (Noel Hem-

mendinger)---

6. National Livestock Feeders Association

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512

557

586

569

"Index of organizations and individuals appears in Volume 2 beginning on page 929.

21

485

E. Valuation of Imported Goods

Page 1. Executive Branch Statement. 2. Bedros Odian..

25 3. Organic Chemicals Group of the American Importers Association..

37 4. American Institute for Imported Steel

44 5. Eugene Stewart on behalf of World Trade Com

mittee, Parts Division, Electronic Industries
Association..

52
6. Michael Daniels on behalf of Swiss Union of Indus-
try & Commerce

61 7. Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Asso

ciation...
8. American Institute for Imported Steel..

497 9. American Importers Association

513 10. Service Tools Institute --

559 11. National Livestock Feeders Association..

569 12. United States-Japan Trade Council (Noel Hemmendinger)-

592 F. Dumping and Unfair Methods of Competition in Import

Trade
1. Executive Branch Statement

73 2. J. O. Hendrickson on behalf of Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute

78 3. American Mining Congress.

S1 4. J. P. Hendrick, Special Assistant to Secretary of the Treasury

156 5. Covington and Burling on behalf of the Cement

Industry Committee for Tariff and Antidumping 189 6. American Institute for Imported Steel. --, 191, 497 7. U.S. Council of International Chamber of Commerce.

457 8. Manufacturing Chemists Association.

472 9. American Iron & Steel Institute..

507 10. American Importers Association

515 11. National Livestock Feeders Association..

568 12. Copper and Brass Fabricators Council.

616 13. David A. Golden..

701 14. American Sprocket Chain Manufacturers Association

882 15. American Hardboard Association

901 G. Procedures for Aiding Industries, Firms, and Workers

Harmed by Excessive Imports
1. Executive Branch Statement

205
2. Cherry Growers and Industries Foundation, Inc.. 210
3. U.S. Council of International Chamber of Com-
merce

456 4. Committee for Economic Development

462 5. Manufacturing Chemists Association.

471 6. American Iron and Steel Institute..

506 7. American Importers Association.

515 Page 215

234 472 515

317

491 516 558

329 337 346

458 463 474 693

H. Policies and Programs Needed To Expand U.S. Exports

1. Executive Branch Statement
2. Carl Gerstacker, Chairman, National Export Ex-

pansion Council
3. Manufacturing Chemists Association.

4. American Importers Association
1. Prospects for U.S. Trade in the Next Decade

1. Executive Branch Statement
2. Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Asso-

ciation.
3. American Importers Association

4. Service Tools Institute J. Tariff and Nontariff Barriers

1. Executive Branch Statement.
2. Robert E. Baldwin, Brookings Institute
3. National Canners Association
4. U.S. Council of International Chamber of Com-

merce.-
5. Committee for Economic Development.
6. Manufacturing Chemists Association

7. Lewis E. Lloyd
K. The Consequences for U.S. Exports of the Adoption by the

European Economic Community of a Common Value
Added Tax

1. Executive Branch Statement..
2. Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Asso-

ciation...
3. Harry P. Guenther.
L. Evaluating the Effects of Direct Foreign Investment on

U.S. Exports

1. Executive Branch Statement
2. U.S. Council of the International Chamber of Com-

merce..

3. Manufacturing Chemists Association. M. Tariff Preferences for Products of Less Developed Coun

tries

1. Executive Branch Statement..
2. Robert M. Stern, University of Michigan
3. Committee for Economic Development-
4. Neil 0. Broderson on behalf of Button Division of

the Society of Plastics Industry, Inc.-N. International Commodity Agreements

1. Executive Branch Statement.

2. American Importers Association.
0. A Free Trade Area With U.S. Participation

1. Ralph Straus...
2. American Importers Association --
3. United States-Japan Trade Council (Edward

Posniak)-

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493 655

373

458 473

381 385 465

906

395 516

403 517

581 Page 423

P. The GATT as an Instrument for Assuring Expanded World

Trade on a Reciprocal, Nondiscriminatory Basis

1. Executive Branch Statement.
2. John H. Jackson, "The Puzzle of GATT” (re-

printed from Journal of World Trade Law with

their permission)
3. Manufacturing Chemists Association
4. Service Tools Institute..--
5. U.S. Chamber of Commerce

426 469 558 543

PART II

GENERAL STATEMENTS SUBMITTED WHICH
COVER VARIOUS ASPECTS OF U.S. FOREIGN

TRADE POLICIES

A. Submissions by Organizations and Associations

1. U.S. Council of the International Chamber of
Commerce

455 2. Committee for Economic Development.

459 3. Manufacturing Chemists Association, Inc..

466 4. Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association...

478 5. American Institute for Imported Steel, Inc.--- 191, 496 6. American Iron & Steel Institute..

500 7. American Importers Association.

510 8. Nationwide Committee on Import-Export Policies. 517 9. Committee for a National Trade Policy.

532 10. Chamber of Commerce of the United States,

537 11. Service Tools Institute...

556 12. Automobile Manufacturers Association

563 13. National Livestock Feeders Association.

561 14. United States-Japan Trade Council (Edward Posniak, chief economist)

576 15. United States-Japan Trade Council (Noel Hemmendinger, counsel)---

586 16. British-American Chamber of Commerce.

596 17. Air Transport Association..

599 18. Murphy Oil Co...

600 19. Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.

602 20. Trenton Trust Co..

612 21. Del Monte Corp

613 22. Copper and Brass Fabricators Council, Inc.

616 B. Submission by Individuals 1. J. W. Culliton...

633 2. Harry Guenther

652 3. Ralph Straus.

661 4. Robert B. Schwenger.

665 5. William H. Lukens..

675 6. Lewis E. Lloyd (Dow Chemical Co.)

680 7. David A. Golden.

708 8. C. Austin Castle

712

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