Trade Expansion Act of 1962: Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, Eighty-seventh Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 9900, a Bill to Promote the General Welfare, Foreign Policy, and Security of the United States Through International Trade Agreements, and Through Adjustment Assistance to Domestic Industry, Agriculture, and Labor, and for Other Purposes ...

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Includes. "Foreign Economic Policy for the 1960s," Report of Joint Economic Committee, Jan., 1962 (p. 101-154). "U.S. Import Duties on Agricultural Products. 1959," Revised, 1962. Agricultural Handbook No. 143, USDA (p. 329-478). "Import Restrictions Maintained by Countries of the European Economic Community by Several Other Countries That May Accede to the EEC, and by Japan" (p. 480-600), pt.1; Includes "Memorandum on H.R. 9900 of the 87th Congress, the "Trade Expansion Act of 1962,"' U.S. Tariff Commission, Apr. 9, 1962 (p. 905-1020), pt.2; Continuation of hearings on legislation to authorize the President to revise and reduce tariff and import restrictions, to authorize a trade adjustment assistance program, and to establish an Office of Special Representative for Trade Negotiations and an Interagency Trade Organization. Includes Joint Economic Committee Print "Trade Restraints in the Western Community with Tariff Comparisons and Selected Statistical Tables Pertinent to Foreign Economic Policy," 1961 (p. 1891-1957), pt.3; Includes "The European Common Market, Trade Expansion Act and California Agriculture," by Sidney Hoos (Mar. 2, 1962. p. 3699-3772), pt.6.

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3246 페이지 - PAR. 332. Rivets, studs, and steel points, lathed, machined, or brightened, and rivets or studs for nonskidding automobile tires, 30 per centum ad valorem; rivets of iron or steel, not specially provided for, 1 cent per pound.
2832 페이지 - ... shall not on the whole be higher or more restrictive than the general incidence of the duties and regulations of commerce applicable in the constituent territories prior to the formation of such union...
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