United States Imports and World Trade

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United States Imports and World Trade

By Henry G. Aubrey
Oxford University Press, 1957
169 pp. $3.40

This interesting study makes careful projections of possible United States imports over the next 20 years. A very large increase in raw materials imports emerges, led by oil, and concentrating on products likely to come from the Western Hemisphere. A discussion of the implications for the world's dollar supply and trade patterns suggests the need for Western Europe to make much greater headway in Latin American markets and points to Canada's trade pattern as an especially important problem.

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