Increased Duties on Certain Shelled Filberts: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on International Trade of the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, Second Session, September 14, 1984

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Page 22 - Whenever the Secretary of Agriculture finds that the application of the restrictions under a marketing order to an imported commodity is not practicable because of variations in characteristics between the domestic and imported commodity he shall establish with respect to the imported commodity...
Page 80 - March 3, 1982 (The US Council for an Open world Economy is a private, nonprofit organization engaged in research and public education on the merits and problems of achieving an open international economic system in the overall public interest.
Page 13 - At this time, I would like to turn the microphone over to Dr.
Page 65 - Gorton, thank you for being here. [The prepared statement of Senator Gorton follows:] PREPARED STATEMENT OF SENATOR SLADE GORTON Mr. Chairman, I would like to begin by thanking the Subcommittee for holding this hearing, and for allowing me to participate.
Page 66 - Good morning and thank you, Mr. Chairman, for this opportunity to testify on problems facing elderly Hispanic Americans.
Page 12 - Agriculture is clearly violating the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937. Section 8(e) of the act requires comparable grade standards for imports to domestics.
Page 41 - MALONE we have had with officials at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Department, is that the Department proposed at least a partially enhanced quality standard of 1.5% sometime in 1983.
Page 32 - And with that, I would like to turn the floor over to Mr.
Page 31 - In other words, over the last 3 years, I think it is fair to say that not one single producer in the State of Oregon has avoided losing money on the production of hazelnuts.
Page 31 - In 1980, we were receiving $0.60 a pound for our deliveries, and that was at a time when the cost of production was pegged at $0.45 Vn a pound, according to a study done by the Oregon State University Extension Service.

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