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Reference FCO 82/200
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Trade relations between United States and UK (1972)
Description Reports concerning the US Treasury urging tariff increases on UK exports to the US when the UK adopts the Common Agricultural Policy of the EEC. Report on the importance of the US market as well as a summary titled "The United States Market: A continuing opportunity" which provides a summary stating that the importance of the European Community for British exporters must not overshadow the US, the UK largest single market.
Date 1972
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region North America, Europe
Countries United States, United Kingdom
Places Britain; Canada; Caribbean; Denmark; Europe; France; Germany; Italy; Japan; Korea; Latin America; Middle East; United Kingdom; United States of America
People Armstrong, Willis; Barr, D G; Cromer, 3rd Earl of; Douglas-Home, Sir Alec; Ingersoll, Robert; Overton, Hugh
Topics Agriculture; Aid; Balance of Payments; Bank of England; British Embassy; Coal; Common Agricultural Policy (CAP); Common Market; Communist; Congress; Dairy products; Defence; Department of State; Draft; Economic policy; Economy; Education; European Economic Community; Exports; Federal Trade Commission; Free trade; Gold Bill; Group of Ten; Health; Inflation; Japanese; Oil; organisation; Payments; Protectionism; Protectionist; Recession; Republican Party; Shipping; State Department; Strikes; Tariffs; Taxation; Textiles; The Nine; Trade; Trade Bill; Trade policy; Trade unions; Treasury; Unemployment; Vice President; Wages; Welfare; White House
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