The Road to More World Trade

Harris, Seymour E.
February 1945
New Republic;2/12/1945, Vol. 112 Issue 7, p223
Presents information on the policies to be adopted by various countries for increase in world trade. Claim that a relatively simple attack is to borrow for short periods abroad; View that a second approach is through special trade agreements under which Country A agrees to buy more of country B's goods if the latter will buy more from the former; Claim that a third attack is through clearing agreements; Details of various types of clearing agreements;


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