Foreign Assets and Liabilities of the U.S. and Its Balance of International Transactions; Report ... by the National Advisory Council on International Monetary Ad Financial Problems, 18 Dec. 1947
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1948 - 177 lappuses
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68. lappuse - States as consists of earnings derived from the operation of a ship or ships documented under the laws of a foreign country which grants an equivalent exemption to citizens of the United States nonresident in such foreign country and to corporations organized in the United States, shall not be included in gross income.
32. lappuse - American republics at the Inter-American Conference for the Maintenance of Peace held at Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1936, and at the Eighth International Conference of American States held at Lima, Peru, in 1938.
6. lappuse - ... International Monetary and Financial Problems of Dec. 18, 1947, on Foreign Assets and Liabilities of the United States and its balance of International Transactions. SETTLEMENTS Recognizing the fact that in the financially disordered years of 1921 and 1922 the debtor nations could not pay on demand, Congress authorized the debts to be funded on not longer than a 25-year basis and at not less than 4% percent interest. A World War Foreign Debt Commission was created by act of February 9, 1922,...
5. lappuse - President, for the purpose of more effectively providing for the national security and defense and for prosecuting the war, to establish credits in favor of foreign Governments engaged in war with the enemies of the United States...
68. lappuse - The income of a nonresident alien individual which consists exclusively of earnings derived from the operation of a ship or ships documented under the laws of a foreign country which grants an equivalent exemption to citizens of the United States and to corporations organized in the United States, shall not be included in gross income and shall be exempt from taxation under this title.
106. lappuse - Mexicans in respect to such property, and bind themselves not to invoke the protection of their governments in matters relating...
113. lappuse - China not abrogated by or inconsistent with this treaty, such questions shall be discussed by representatives of the two Governments and shall be decided in accordance with generally accepted principles of international law and with modern international practice.
120. lappuse - That the value of Philippine currency in relation to the United States dollar shall not be changed, the convertibility of pesos into dollars shall not be suspended, and no restrictions shall be imposed on the transfer of funds from the Philippines to the United States, except by agreement with the President of the United States.
119. lappuse - ... disposition, exploitation, development, and utilization of all agricultural, timber, and mineral lands of the public domain, waters, minerals, coal, petroleum, and other mineral oils, all forces of potential energy, and other natural resources of the Philippines, and the operation of public utilities, shall, if open to any person, be open to citizens of the United States...
68. lappuse - The citizens of one of the contracting States shall not, while resident in the other contracting State, be subjected therein to other or more burdensome taxes than are the citizens of such other contracting State residing in its territory. The term "citizens...