Regional Export Expansion: Hearings, Ninetieth Congress, First [-second] Session, on Potentials and Problems of Developing Small Business Regional Export Industries and Institutions Over the Next Decade, Part 1
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1967 - Exports - 2432 pages
Considers prospects and problems for small businesses in long term export market for timber, fish and agricultural products from the Pacific Northwest. Hearing was held in Portland, Oreg., pt.1; Hearing, held in Mobile, Ala., focuses on agricultural and industrial exporting activities in Alabama and Mississippi, pt.2; Hearing, held in Milwaukee, Wis., focuses on role of small enterprises in Wisconsin exporting activities, pt.3; Examines the potentials and problems of developing exports of small business and regional industries over the next decade. Hearings were held in Miami, Fla., pt.4; Reviews U.S. international trade posture and balance of payments deficit, to identify means of expanding northeast regional exports and increase involvement of small business. Focuses on implementation of GATT Kennedy Round tariffs revisions, improvement of port and harbor facilities, increased loan authority for the Export-Import Bank, and overseas markets for U.S. goods. May 3 hearing was held in Newark, N.J.; and May 6 hearing was held in New York City, pt.5; Continuation of hearings on the problems of expanding exports of small businesses and regional industries over a ten year period, pt.6.
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World Trade Committee Portland Chamber of Commerce 1967
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