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ALPHABETICAL INDEX

(Roman numerals in brackets refer to exhibits]

Page
Acheson, Hon. Dean, reference to---

43, 44.
Letter to Senator Millikin of April 3, 1947.-

172, 173
Letter to Senator Millikin of April 15, 1947-

478
Anglo-American financial and commercial agreement (see also British
loan), reference to-----

51, 52, 321, 325
Antidumping--

342, 349
Argentina

627, 634
Bilateral agreement with England (XF5), reference to-

627
Atlantic Charter, reference to---

46, 47
Balance of payments (balance of trade).

8-10,
85, 86, 100-102, 103, 113, 115, 116, 121, 124, 125, 177, 179, 180, 181,
275, 285, 289, 291, 297, 298, 300, 306, 317, 321, 331, 332, 333, 532, 533,

535, 619, 621, 626.
Bilateral agreements (arrangements) -

_304,
305, 309-313, 323, 331, 354, 355, 517, 608, 611, 627
Bilateral agreements (X)

305, 627
Bilateral agreements :

Agreement between England and Argentina (XF5), reference to------ 627
Agreement between Sweden and Russia (XF3), reference to--

627
Blocked sterling-----

630, 634
Boycotts

64, 377, 378, 445, 471, 472
Bretton Woods Agreement Act, reference to...

330, 331
Bretton Woods Conference_-

49, 50
Brewster, Senator Owen, statement by-

45,
47–50, 53-55, 57, 59, 60, 62–69, 62-69, 100-103, 107–114, 116-121, 129
British loan (see also Anglo-American financial agreement) --- 33, 34, 51, 52, 181
Bushfield, Senator Harlan J., statement by--

4, 6, 11-13, 16, 429
British Purchasing Agency-

388, 389, 393
Bronz, George, special assistant to the general counsel, Treasury Depart-
ment, statements by---

273,
276-282, 285–287, 289-293, 297, 298, 302–305, 307, 311, 312, 314,

315, 317-331,
Brown, Winthrop, Chief, Commercial Policy Division, Department of State,
reference to

604
Butler, Senator Hugh, statements by

354
Canada--

634
Capper-Volstead Act, reference to----

427, 429, 434
Relation to ITO Charter..

435
Cartels, 17-20, 416, 417, 419-425, 429, 432, 434, 439, 440, 444, 445, 457, 476, 478, 497
Charter, International Trade Organization:
Amendments

564, 565
Commitment involved

357
Comparison of London draft with suggested charter (IV B), reference
to..

58
Development of.-

33, 42-60
Does it go beyond the powers of the Economic and Social Council under
the United Nations Charter?-

157-167
Greater powers than those of the United Nations Charter--

163
Hearings in seven cities_-

2, 32
Interest of other nations in.--

32-34
Legal authority for entering into provisional organization (agree-
ment).

172-176
London Draft (IV A), reference to-

58
Obligations under..

--- 97, 98, 100, 108, 109, 150, 151, 153
Purpose of

Charter, International Trade Organization-Continued

Page
Relationship of provisions of and United States declaration of accept-

ance of compulsory jurisdiction of International Court of Justice
(XIV), reference to------

431,522, 568
Remedies for balance of payments maladjustments..

184-186
“Spiritual Father" of...

39, 42
Submission to Congress...

30, 32, 36, 70, 121, 167–169, 171, 172
What can charter do that trade agreements cannot do?.

186-188
Would be an international compact or treaty--

158
Charter for the International Trade Organization of the United Nations,
Publication of----

57
Clayton, Hon. William L.:

Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, reference to------ 43-46, 233
Statements by--

2-21, 25-40
Letter to Senator Connally-
Clayton Act ---

427, 434
Relation to ITO Charter

435
Coffee ---

477,512
Committee for Reciprocity Information -

599, 601
Concessions, withdrawal of__

82, 83
Conditional and Unconditional Most Favored Nation Treatment (XI),
reference to.---

168, 191
Comally, Senator Tom, statements by-

10,
12, 14-16, 20, 25-27, 32, 37, 40, 360, 363–367, 369, 371, 372
Copper-

395, 424
Cotton

234, 388, 389, 394, 395
Effect of ITO Charter upon..

267
Import quotas.

7
Subsidies on

348, 378, 380
United States import quotas on.

68
Countervailing duties.-

346
Cripps, Sir Stafford, reference to-

390
Discrimination. (See Nondiscrimination.)
Draft of Proposed General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade to be Negotia-
ted at Geneva (XXI), reference to------

72, 608
Dumping. (See Antidumping.)
Economic and Social Council:
Discussion of

21,
23-27, 30, 55, 60, 65, 70, 77, 78, 85, 87, 89, 91, 121, 126, 136, 157-159,

161, 165, 166, 169, 172, 203, 408, 423, 524, 550-556.
Powers and functions of -

160, 161, 166, 552–554, 556, 558, 559
Provisions in United Nations Charter pertaining thereto.-

22
Resolution regarding the calling of an international conference on
trade and employment..

55
Employment

4, 79, 81, 85-87, 89, 91-102, 104-108, 121, 298, 299, 301, 631
Employment Act of 1946, reference to..

4, 85, 95
England. (See Great Britain.)
Escape clause---

10_13,
28, 29, 61, 80, 218, 231-233, 333, 349, 404 408, 535, 591, 592, 605, 607
Memorandum of Tariff Commission on..

617
Exchange controls (restrictions)

179, 261, 262, 279, 280, 318, 319, 322, 325, 326, 620, 623
Effect of

181
Exchange control regulations.

177-179
In principal foreign countries_

177-179
Exchange rates---

622, 623, 629, 635-637
Exchange restrictions. (See Exchange controls.)
Export associations:

Filing papers with Federal Trade Commission (XII A), reference to.. 429
Groups recognized by the English Board of Trade (XII B), reference
to---

436, 474
Export controls, United States_

6
Export quotas_--

67, 69, 123, 475, 476
Export subsidies...

117, 475
Fahy, Charles, legal adviser, Department of State, statements by- 157-164, 168–176
Flexible tariff provision --

586, 587, 590
Food and agriculture organization ---

547, 555, 557, 558, 560, 561

292

Page
Foreign Trade Board, remarks on.

111
Foreign trade of various countries, 1939 and 1946_-
France, United States agreement with (IX E), reference to-

33
Free trade-----

16, 80
French loan.-

33
Geneva Conference_-

30, 59, 75, 390
United States delegation...

26-28
Geneva trade agreement negotiations:

United States preparations for announcement, public notice, and prod-
ucts list (XXII A, B, and C), reference to----

601
United States preparations for typical commodity digest (XXII D),
reference to -

602
George, Senator Walter F., statements by.

11,
19, 31, 32, 35, 36, 40, 360, 363, 370, 374, 382, 384, 388-390, 402-404,

409, 414.
Great Britain.

345, 346, 596, 597, 627, 629-631, 633, 638
Balance of payments position.

180, 181, 183
Bilateral agreement with Argentina (XF5), reference to-

627
British Purchasing Agency-

388, 389, 393
Discriminations.-

320
Imperial preference

390, 394, 395, 397
Joint statement with United States on commercial policy.

51
Hanseatic League, reference to -

65
Hawkes, Senator Albert W., statements by.

5, 12, 13, 16-18, 25, 26, 30-32, 37, 38, 63–66, 68, 72, 74, 82, 83, 85,

99-102, 217-219, 221, 227-230, 233, 242, 244, 245, 247,249, 253, 254, 257
Hawkins, Harry, economic counselor, United States Embassy, London:
Reference to

-- 39, 44
Statements by-

159, 176, 177, 179–261, 316-318, 329–349
Hearing, purpose of_

1, 253, 254, 430
Hearings in Seven Cities (V), reference to-

131
Hull, Cordell, reference to...

39, 42-44, 47
Imperial preference. (See Great Britain.)
Import controls.-

8
Import licenses.

308, 309, 314, 315
Import license regulations---

177, 179
In principal foreign countries_

177-179
Import quotas (restrictions).

7,
67, 69, 124, 125, 261, 263, 283, 295, 296, 297, 300, 301, 302, 303, 306,
309, 312, 314, 315, 318, 325, 326, 332, 333, 334, 349, 387, 388, 399,

401, 620, 626.
United States

7,8
Import restrictions. (See Import quotas.!
Indian blocked sterling---

630
Intergovernmental commodity arrangements (agreements)

18, 19, 39, 69,
81, 117, 267, 268, 381, 382, 383, 385, 418, 473, 474, 497, 499, 521
Experience under (XIII), reference to---

512
Interim organization (see also Provisional organization)

70
Import restrictions. (See Import quotas.)
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.---

46,
49, 52, 129, 184, 286, 293, 355, 554, 555, 558, 626, 638, 639
International Court of Justice-

567, 568, 569
International Monetary Fund

8, 10, 46, 49, 50, 52, 274, 279,
281, 282, 286, 287, 289, 290, 292-296, 298, 300, 302-306, 318, 320

330, 368, 532, 553–555, 557, 558, 619-628, 633, 635, 636, 638, 639
Articles of Agreement (VIII c), reference to--

279, 292, 620
Net accomplishment to date.--

292, 293
Par values of currencies

279-282, 292, 621, 635-637
Schedule of par values (XVII), reference to-

279, 320, 635
International Trade Organization:

Charter. (See Charter.)
Commissions

516-518
Cost of

76, 132, 528, 529, 530
Executive Board.-

541-547, 566
Functions

522-527
Headquarters

531

International Trade Organization Continued

Page
Interest of other nations in----

77, 78
Membership --

3, 10, 76, 84
Method of reference of the charter to the Congress, letter of April 3,

1947, from Acting Secretary of State Dean Acheson (XVIII A),
reference to----

172, 173
Method of reference of the charter to the Congress, letter of April 15,

1947, from Acting Secretary of State Dean Acheson (XVIII B),
reference to----

478
Method of reference of the charter to the Congress, memorandum on
use of the term "Multilateral Convention" (XVIII D), reference to--

515
Method of reference to Congress, memorandum by Mr. Fahy on Ex-

ecutive agreements and informal treaties (XVIII C), reference to.. 167
Not a subordinate agency -

159, 550
Organizational structure of (XV), reference to--

531
Personnel required.

76, 131, 132, 528, 530,531
Powers of_

21, 68, 82, 534-538
Purposes.-

2, 79
Recommendations to a member in balance of payments difficulties. 286, 287
Relationship to United Nations..

76, 77, 159, 160, 166
Sanctions

81-83
Secretariat

548–550
Structure

527-531
United States share of budget_-

528, 529, 537
United States voting power in-

36-38, 142, 467
Voting----

531-533, 535, 536, 542-543, 574
Joint statement by United States and United Kingdom on commercial

policy
Johnson, Senator Edwin C., statements by-

46, 59, 65, 69, 70, 74, 75, 96, 97, 99, 119, 120, 169, 179, 184, 268, 269,

271, 272, 355, 417, 418, 424, 442, 445, 446, 449–451.
Leddy, John M., Adviser, Division of Commercial Policy, Department of
State, statements by-

336.
337, 339–341, 348_349, 364-367, 369, 370-371, 373-376, 394, 395, 397,

407, 410, 411-414, 538.
Lend-lease_.

46, 48-50, 52, 54, 630, 631
List of countries with which United States has existing trade agreements -

612
London, Conference.

2, 4, 17, 27, 36, 56, 59, 65, 77, 208, 229, 608, 609
London draft-

57, 59, 61
Comparison with suggested charter (IV B), reference to-

58
International Chamber of Commerce, views on (VI D), reference to. 132
National Association of Manufacturers, views on (VI B), reference to. 132
National Foreign Trade Council, views on (VI C), reference to. 132

United States Chamber of Commerce, views on (VI A), reference to.. 132
Lucas, Senator Scott W., statements by --

9, 11,
13, 16, 19, 47, 49, 57, 60, 65, 423-426, 429, 430
Martin, Senator Edward, statements by.

93, 95, 96, 275
Martin, E. G., general counsel, Tariff Commission, statements by 576, 580

582, 584, 601, 611, 612, 614, 616, 617
Mexican agreement-

11
Escape clause in..

405, 406, 607
Millikin, Senator Eugene D., statements by

1, 5-7,
9-12, 14-18, 20-62, 64-101, 103-108, 112-119, 121–155, 157, 159-231,
233-256, 258–287, 289-349, 351-388, 390-416, 419-497, 499-576, 57&

606, 608639.
Mixing requirements

337-339
Most-favored Nation.

62-63,
65, 189-192, 206, 207, 228, 248, 249, 335, 353, 354, 356, 403
State Department memorandum on.---
Multilateral trade agreements-

200-206,
231, 238-239, 252, 353, 355, 357, 608-609, 611
Advantage of

354
To be negotiated at Geneva (XX), reference to---

205, 356
Mutual aid agreements_

46, 48, 54

National Association of Manufacturers :

Page
Statement on article 22_

376, 377
Statement on article 33.

402, 403
Views on London draft (VI B), reference to-----

132
National Foreign Trade Council:
Statement on article 22

373
Statement on article 33_.

403
Statement on marks of origin ---

372
Views on London Draft (VI C), reference to

132
New York draft, reference to

58, 66, 329
New York Times, article entitled "Business Backs United States Stand
in Trade"

132-135
Nondiscrimination (discrimination).

318-327,
331, 334-336, 339, 354, 392, 472, 488, 620, 626-629
Oil (petroleum) --

395-397, 409-412, 424, 445, 481
Pasvolsky, Leo, reference to..

23-25, 165-166
Patents.

372, 395, 443, 447-454
Effects of ITO Charter on.
Relation to ITO.---

454, 455
Peru:
United States trade agreement with..

408
Article XI of agreement with United States.-

408, 409
Phillips, William Taylor, Acting Chief, International Resources Division,
Department of State, statements by-

474-497, 499–521
Preferences (see also Tariff preferences)

34, 189, 190
Preferences, elimination of -

10
Preferences between Neighboring Countries_

197
Preparatory Committee for a World Conference on Trade and Employment 2
Report -----

70, 71
Report of drafting committee..

72
President's Twenty-second Report to Congress on Lend-Lease, part of
text of -

52, 53
Private trading system

67
Proportion of United States imports subject to Geneva negotiations -

615
Proposals for expansion of world trade and employment, reference to- 50-53
Proposals for expansion of world trade and employment (I), reference to- 51
Protection against harmful measures in economic development, State De-
partment memorandum on---

144, 145
Provisional organization (Charter, agreement)-

70–74, 609-610
Legal authority forc-

71, 72, 74, 75, 173-176
Quantitative restrictions (controls)

6-9,
67, 69, 256–259, 262–287, 289, 290, 294–298, 301, 303, 308, 325, 327,

332, 333, 334
Foreign countries -

6
Prohibited by ITO Charter..

181, 255
United States ---

6
Reciprocal trade agreements.

39, 59, 63, 65, 74
Recriprocal Trade Agreement Act (see also Trade Agremeents Act) -- 3, 73–75,

173, 191, 205, 252, 353, 355–356
Effect of ITO Charter on---

356 357
Reciprocal trade agreements negotiated by the United States prior to 1934. 585
Reciprocity, background of

584-585
Report of United States delegation to the London meeting (IV D)

58
Restrictive business practices..

17, 415473
Rubber---

337, 393, 394, 440, 512
Import quotas on.-
Russia (Soviet Union) -

403, 404, 627, 633
Bilateral agreement with Sweden (XF 3), reference to-

627
Question of participation in ITO.-

65, 78, 423
Ryder, Oscar B., Chairman, United States Tariff Commission:
Statements by-

575-619
Letter to Senator Millikin pertaining to escape clause

617
Sanctions_-

10, 37, 96, 125, 146, 334, 335, 362, 369, 417, 449
Self-sufficiency

92, 93, 334
Sherman Act

426, 427, 429, 431
Soviet Union. (See Russia.)

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