Tariff Bargaining Under Most-favored-nation Treaties. Letter From the Chairman of the United States Tariff Commission, Transmitting, in Partial Response to S. Res. 325, Seventy-second Congress, Certain Information Relative to Tariff Bargaining Under Conditional and Unconditional Most-favored-nation Treaties, List of Commercial Treaties of the United States Now in Force, and List of Treaties of All Nations in Force on January 1, 1933, Pledging Most-favored-nation Treatment in Regard to Import Duties

Tariff Bargaining Under Most-favored-nation Treaties. Letter From the Chairman of the United States Tariff Commission, Transmitting, in Partial Response to S. Res. 325, Seventy-second Congress, Certain Information Relative to Tariff Bargaining Under Conditional and Unconditional Most-favored-nation Treaties, List of Commercial Treaties of the United States Now in Force, and List of Treaties of All Nations in Force on January 1, 1933, Pledging Most-favored-nation Treatment in Regard to Import Duties

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Publisher: Washington : [publisher not identified], 1933.
Branch Call Number: LexisNexis Serial Set Number 9748 S.doc.7
Characteristics: 49 pages : digital, PDF file.

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