Sale of Wheat to Russia: Hearings, Ninety-second Congress, Second Session
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1972 - Wheat trade - 293 pages
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Page 239 - August 25 had led us to believe that, while "system 1" would apply only to sales made prior to a cutoff, the exporter would have a substantial length of time to arrange for the export differential, and that this differential would move with the domestic price rather than be fixed. When the above paragraph was written, we did not appreciate the degree of complexity and misunderstanding which surrounds this time period. I would like to make it clear for the record that the telephone conversation from...
Page 92 - HOME APPLIANCE MANUFACTURERS Mr. LAMB. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. It will take me a minute to get my papers organized here. Mr. Chairman, members of the panel, I am very pleased to be here this morning to testify on S. 3074, HR 18056, and HR 10690. Before I proceed, I would like to identify myself just a little bit further. In addition to being general counsel of the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers, I think it would be well for the committee to know that...
Page 266 - It is too early to tell what effect this will have on export sales for the remainder of the marketing year.
Page 100 - Mr. Charles Frazier, director, Washington staff, National Farmers Organization. STATEMENT OF CHARLES L. FRAZIER, NATIONAL FARMERS ORGANIZATION Mr. FRAZIER. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Page 92 - Without objection, the entire statement will appear in the record and we would encourage you to make your statement as brief as you feel it can be done.
Page 264 - THE UNITED STATES The Government of the United States of America (USA) and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) have agreed as follows: ARTICLE 1 1.
Page 252 - Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman. First of all, I would like to commend you and the members of the subcommittee for taking an interest in this area.
Page 36 - With demand continuing firm, wheat prices received by farmers this season may average around the $1.31 per bushel 1971-72 price.
Page 254 - ... reduce to possession the property attached. However, the Court held that this remedy was barred by the statute of limitations, and this holding was affirmed by the Court of Appeals of New York in Tillman v. National City Bank & Guaranty Trust Co., 276 NY 663, 13 NE2d 52 (1938). " In the meantime, this Government had entered into an agreement with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, known as the ' Litvinov Assignment ', under which this Government recognized the Union of Soviet Socialist...