Tariff and Trade Proposals: Hearings, Ninety-first Congress, Second Session ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970 - 4651 páginas
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Página 271 - International Union of Dolls, Toys, Playthings, Novelties and Allied Products of the United States and Canada (AFL-CIO).
Página 503 - DISC's shareholders. Qualified assets would include loans to US producers, including the DISC's parent company where the DISC is a subsidiary, to finance investments in US plant, equipment and machinery, inventory, and research and development to the extent these investments are deemed export related. The manufacturer's total investments for any of these purposes would be treated as export related in the same ratio as the manufacturer's sales destined for export bear to total sales. In order to qualify...
Página 526 - Further, as from 1 January 1958 or the earliest practicable date thereafter, contracting parties shall cease to grant either directly or indirectly any form of subsidy on the export of any product other than a primary product which subsidy results in the sale of such product for export at a price lower than the comparable price charged for the like product to buyers in the domestic market.
Página 509 - The Accounting Principles Board of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants has...
Página 515 - INELIGIBLE CORPORATIONS. — The following corporations shall not be eligible to be treated as a DISC — "(1) a corporation exempt from tax by reason of section 501, "(2) a personal holding company (as defined in section 542), "(3) a financial institution to which section 581 or 593 applies, "(4) an insurance company subject to the tax imposed by subchapter L, "(5) a regulated investment company (as defined in section 851 (a)), "(6) a China Trade Act corporation receiving...
Página 519 - ... otherwise, and whether such article or merchandise is imported in the same condition as when exported from the country of production or has been changed in condition by...
Página 302 - Act of 1956 both authorize the President to negotiate orderly marketing agreements with foreign countries in order to limit the importation into the United States of articles causing or threatening to cause serious injury to a domestic industry. The textile import limitations were negotiated under section 204 authority. Section 406 of the Trade Act of 1974 authorizes investigations to determine if relief is needed from market disruption caused by imports from Communist countries. In the...
Página 608 - The number of jobs related to exports of nonagricultural goods, particuarly manufactured items, increased substantially from 1966 to 19C9 while the number of jobs related to the export of agricultural goods declined. The decline of nearly 31 percent in export jobs in the agricultural sector during this period is due both to a decrease of 19 percent in the value of agricultural exports and the agricultural components of nonagricultural exports and a 16 percent increase in productivity in the agricultural...
Página 267 - Byrnes, Hon. John W., a Representative in Congress from the State of Wisconsin and a member of the Committee on Ways and Means, statement with reference to testimony of Nelson Stitt 1126. 3641 Bywater. William, vice president, International Union of Electrical. Radio & Machine Workers ; also on behalf of International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 2903 California-Arizona Citrus League, Julian B. Heron, Jr., counsel 4360...
Página 521 - All future sales of (commodity) by (name of foreign manufacturer, producer, or exporter) for exportation to the United States shall be made at prices which are not less than fair value within the meaning of the Antidumping Act, 1921, as amended (19 USC 160, et seq.) and that (name of foreign manufacturer, producer, or exporter) shall make a report to the Commissioner of Customs which shall contain or be accompanied by the information required by section 153.33(f) of the Customs Regulations (19 CFR...

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