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Group II

MINERALS

Bauxite, abrasive, p. 48 Platinum group metals, palladium, fac

Cryolite, natural, p. 50 ing p. 150

Graphite, crystalline fines, p. 85 Platinum group metals, rhodium, facing

Ilmenite, p. 198 p. 150

Mica muscovite block, stained and Platinum group metals, ruthenium, fac

lower, p. 105 ing p. 150

Mica, phlogopite block, p. 105 Rutile, p. 197
Platinum group metals, osmium, facing Zirconium ore, Baddeleyite, p. 136

p. 150 Zirconium ore, zircon, p. 136

NONMINEBALS

Agar, pp. 137, 141 Optical glass

Cotton, p. 141 Talc, steatite, ground, p. 115

Diamond dies, facing p. 146 Wool, pp. 141, 192

Emetine, p. 137

Senator Malone. You will find copper very prominent on that list, Mr. Secretary, and the definition of it as a strategic or critical material, so designated since our domestic production does not equal our consumption and it is indispensable in an emergency.

Secretary Dulles. Yes.

Senator Malone. That is the general definition; is it not?

Secretary Dulles. I believe so; yes.

Senator Malone. On this list there are 77 such materials I believe grouped in group 1 and group 2. So that there will be no argument about what is strategic.

These nations do trade in many of these materials, do they not, with Communist China and, it has even been shown, with the Soviet bloc.

Secretary Dulles. They trade; yes, sir.

Senator Malone. Mr. Secretary

Secretary Dulles. If I may say so, of course the United States also trades with the Soviet bloc. There is no prohibition of trade with the Soviet bloc.

Senator Malone. What does our trade consist of?

Do you have the list or could you furnish it?

Secretary Dulles. The Department of Commerce could furnish it; yes.

Senator Malone. Could you get it and make it part of your testimony?

Secretary Dulles. Yes.

(The following material referred to was subsequently received for the record:)

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Table 3. United States Trade "With Principal Countries of Eastern Europe,

1947, 1956, and 1957

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[Thousands of dollars]

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Table 3. United States Trade With Principal Countries of Eastern Europe, 1947, 1956, and 1957—Continued

[Thousands of dollars]
Commodity
TRADE WITH HUNGARY—Continued

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Soap and toilet preparations

Chemicals and related products, other..

Scientific and professional instruments, apparatus, and supplies-
Private relief shipments

All other domestic exports

Reexports

995 1,697 9,048 2,288 1,549

See footnotes at end of table, p. 62.

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