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Reference FCO 82/452
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Trade policy of USA (1974)
Description The US Export Administration Act which the Administration imposes export controls and in particular controls on the export of American technology to the Soviet Union. The Administration is seeking a new Act which would give them complete discretion on how to impose controls. Congressional Record from the Senate on the Trade Reform Act. Report on the Finance Committees continued action on the Trade Reform Bill led by Chairman of the Committee on Finance the Honourable Russell B. Long who outlined their decisions on: Tariff Commission, Terms of Office, Tabulation of Voting Records, Budget, Enforcement of Subpoenas, Retaliation Authority, Commercial Services, Application against selected countries only and relief from injury caused by import competition.
Date 1974
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region North America
Countries United States, Soviet Union
Places Africa; Asia; Australia; Bangladesh; Belgium; Bolivia; Brazil; Britain; Cambodia; Canada; Chile; China; Costa Rica; Cyprus; Eastern Europe; Egypt; Europe; France; Geneva; Germany; Honduras; India; Iran; Italy; Jamaica; Japan; Korea; Latin America; Mexico; Middle East; Nigeria; Poland; Russia; South Vietnam; Soviet Union; Spain; Turkey; United Kingdom; United States of America; Uruguay; Venezuela; Vietnam
People Bentsen, Lloyd D; Casey, William J; Eberle, William; Kissinger, Henry; Long, Russell B; Meany, George; Nixon, Richard M; Ramsbotham, Sir Peter; Reston, Scotty; Shore, Peter
Topics Agriculture; Aid; American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organisations; Arab; Arms; Balance of Payments; Bank of England; British Embassy; Common Market; Communist; Congress; Dairy products; Defence; Department of Commerce; Department of Defense; Department of State; Detente; Draft; Economic policy; Economy; Education; Elections; Energy; Environment; European Economic Community; Exports; foreign policy; Free trade; General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade; Health; Impeachment; Inflation; International Monetary Fund; Japanese; Levies; Military Procurement Bill; Office of Management and Budget; Oil; organisation; Payments; Pentagon; Poverty; Protectionism; Protectionist; Recession; Shipping; State Department; Tariffs; Taxation; Taxes; Textiles; The Nine; Trade; Trade Bill; Trade policy; Trade Reform Bill; Treasury; Unemployment; United Nations; United Nations Children's Fund; Vice President; Vietnam War; Watergate; Welfare; White House; withdrawal; World Food Conference
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