The Cattle Industry and the Tariff

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Macmillan, 1926 - 331 halaman
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Halaman 206 - Auspices of the School of Commerce and Administration of the University of Chicago and the Institute of American Meat Packers, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1924. Clark, J. Allen, and Quisenberry, KS, Distribution of the Varieties and Classes of Wheat in the United States in 1934, United States Department of Agriculture, Circular No.
Halaman 324 - The League of Nations," "The Disarmament Conference Resolution," and "Recognition of Russia." Modern Industry The Packing Industry: a Series of Lectures Given Under the Joint Auspices of the School of Commerce and Administration of the University of Chicago and the Institute of American Meat Packers.
Halaman 215 - Argentina, sinco it may become necessary for the Government to intervene either by acquiring a controlling interest in British companies operating in Argentina, or in some other way, if at any time the supply of chilled and frozen meat to this country should come to be dominated by adverse trading combinations.
Halaman 271 - The minority commissioners recommended that "the President return this report to the Tariff Commission and that he request the Commission to reconsider the matter and report to him a definite finding of cost difference in compliance with the requirements of the statute
Halaman 211 - The whole passage is a travesty of the recommendation of the Sub -Committee " that the control of insulated shipping would afford one effective means of preventing British meat supplies from falling under the domination of particular interests, and that, accordingly, the Government should be equipped with such reserve powers, and should maintain such relations with the shipowners, as would prevent the diversion of meat supplies from the United Kingdom and the wholesale transfer of British insulated...