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Fiscal year 1963, estimated

Fiscal Fiscal year year 1962 1963

1962

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470

7,000 Public Law 480:

Title II: Bread grains, milk, fats

and oils, wheat flour..

Title III: Beans, butter, milk, 1, 375

corn, cornmeal, flour, vegetable

oil. Title IV: Wheat, flour, dairy

products.

Peace Corps (as of Apr. 30, 1963): 3, 800

Agricultural extension and vocational agriculture, and rural community action.

Supporting assistance:

Budget support loan 1.

Emergency public safety 1 Public Law 480:

Title II: Bread grains, milk prod

ucts, coarse grains, fats and oils.Title III; Beans, cornmeal, butter,

cheese, milk, bulgur, vegetable oil, and flour.. Title IV: Bread grains, cotton,

vegetable oil, and tobacco -Peace Corps (as of Apr. 30, 1963):

Community development, regional development, agricultural extension, physical education, school construction, credit union and cooperatives, and'university education.

1,858

3, 175

96 53 12 57 377 160 97 32 96 50 30

8 293 420 39

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Development grants

Agricultural extension. -
Tropical agricultural research.
Agronomy and soil conservation.
Livestock development.
Agricultural development..
Agricultural cooperative service--
Agricultural administration..--
Farm mechanization ----
Industry development.--
Industry administration.
Civil aviation ----
Inter-American geodetic survey.
Labor advisory service...
Malaria eradication....
Environmental sanitation...
Health facilities and control cam-

paigns... Health education... Cooperative service health and sani

tation. Health administration. School construction.. Assistance to universities.. Vocational and technical education. Education administration... Public safety ---Contraband control.. Tax administration improvement. School of Administration Central

University-
Public Administration Advisor.
Economic and social development

planning
Aided self-help housing.
Communications media.
Civic action.
Technical support.
Excess property.
Credit union development.

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Agricultural research. Fiscal Agricultural mechanization. year Agricultural extension.... 1963,

Agricultural diversification. esti Rubber and complementary crops demated velopment.

Industrial development..

Health cooperative service-
395 Administration.-
145 Malaria eradication..
145 Environmental sanitation..

Health advisory service...
50 Education cooperative service..

Vocational training----
200 Mass education.---
100 Vocational education..
25 Education administration..
980 Rural education...

50 Urban education.----
360

Public safety division.

Public administration..
75 Housing program.
185 Rural development.

Technical support..
25
30
185

LOAN AUTHORIZATIONS

Increased agricultural production..
Industrial advisory services..
Technical labor services.-
Public health centers...
Public health service.
SCISP administration.
Malaria eradication.
Remote area health.
School construction.
Teacher training-
University education.
Public safety
Public administration and economic

advisory service...
Economic Planning Commission.
Cadastral survey.
Social services.
Urban facilities planning-
Technical support.-.-

26 238 217

40 517 57 24 279

56 242 86 43 84 92 77 677 66 50 185

220 570

1, 505

13 58 105

215

LOAN AUTHORIZATIONS [In thousands of dollars]

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Fiscal Fiscal year year 1962 1963

255

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5, 300

800

8, 900 2, 400

2, 500

OTHER

Development loans (as of June 21,
1963);
Industrial Credit Corporation ---- 5,000
Roads..
Feasibility studies.

Administrative and fiscal reforms.
Social progress trust fund loans (as of
May 31, 1963):
Banco Ecuatoriano de la Vivienda

(Republic of Ecuador): Financ-
ing construction of houses for
low-income families of an esti-

mated cost of $16,415,000..... 10, 600 Municipalidad de Quito (Repub

lic of Ecuador): Expansion and
improvement of sewerage sys-
tems of an estimated cost of
$5,015,000.-

3,000
Instituto Nacional de Coloniza-
ción (Republic of Ecuador):
Financing a program of integra-
tion of the farmer into the
national economy of an esti-

mated cost of $5,516,000.---
Instituto Nacional de Coloniza-

ción (Republic of Ecuador):
Financing a project of settle-
ment at Santo Domingo de los
Colorados of an estimated cost
of $3,935,000.-
Republic of Ecuador: Financing

the construction and improve-
ment of water supply and
sewerage systems in 18 cities of

an estimated cost of $6,224,000.-
Export-Import Bank loans (as of
Apr. 30, 1963);
Ministry of Development (Gov-

ernment of Ecuador): U.S.
dairy and meat cattle breeding

stock..
Republic of Ecuador: Navigation

and communicating equipment
for Quito and Guayaquil Air-
port...

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Development loans (as of June 21,
1963);

Airport -
Agricultural credit.

Primary school construction....
Social progress trust fund loans (as of
May 31, 1963):
Banco Central de Reserva de El

Salvador_(Republic of El Sal

vador): For relending to small 1,880 farmers for development of ag

riculture and animal husbandry

of an estimated cost of $2,800,000Banco Central de Reserva de El

Salvador (Republic of El Sal

vador): Financing the expansion 2,535 and improvement of sewerage

systems of 5 cities of an estimat

ed cost of $1,400,000.Banco Central de Reserva de El

Salvador_(Republic of El Sal5,500 vador): Financing the expan

sion and improvement of po. table water and sewerage systems in 34 towns of an estimated cost

of $3,830,000..

Instituto de Vivienda Urbana 500

(Republic of El Salvador): Construction of housing for families of low income of an estimated

cost of $11,300,000... 793 Export-Import Bank loans (as of Apr.

30, 1963): Banco Central de Reserva, capital goods.

1, 380

840

900

500

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9, 200

1,000

98

35

400

46

Social Progress Trust Fund loans (as
of May 31, 1963):
Nacional Financiera, S.A. (Gov-

ernment of Mexico): Water sup-
ply service for 12 cities in the
State of Yucatan of an estimated

cost of $15,280,000.-
Nacional Financiera, S.A.

(United States of Mexico):
Împroved use of farmlands of an
estimated cost of $2,448,000.---
Instituto Mexicano de Investiga-

ciones Tecnologicas, A.C. (Na-
cional Financiera' S.A.): To
acquire technological equipment
for experimentation and labora-
tory equipment of an estimated
cost of $400,000.-
Nacional Financiera, S.A. (United

States of Mexico): Financing the
improved use of land in the
Lerma-Chapala-Santiago Valley

of an estimated cost of $6,000,000.
Export-Import Bank loans (as of Apr.
30, 1963):
Cia Fundidora de Monterrey:

U.S. steel mill equipment.
Nacional Financiera, S.A.: Refi-

nance U.S. purchases....
Altos Hornos de Mexico: Expan-

sion, steel mill...
Nacional Financiera, S.A.: Na-

tional Railways program.
Compania General de Acepta-

ciones, S.A.: Machinery, equip-
ment, and services for various

enterprises.
Nacional Financiera, S.A. (United
Mexican States): Machinery,
equipment, and services for con-
struction of dairy pasteurization
plants...

3,000

742

OTHER

OTHER
(In thousands of dollars]

Fiscal Fiscal
Fiscal Fiscal

year year

1962 1963
year year
1962 1963
Supporting assistance:

25

Emergency disaster relief 1. Supporting assistance:

Tela. Union housing loan.

400 Technical advisory assistance to

Public Law 480. Title III: Beans,
Department of Public Works. 465 35
Cooperative service in public

milk, flour, vegetable oil, bulgur,
and cornmeal..

224 370 works.

Peace Corps (as of Apr. 30, 1963); Rural credit.

220

Health and social service and rural Technical advisory assistance in

community action...

100 agriculture.-

2, 788

315
Cooperative service in agriculture. 159
Malaria eradication..

943
1, 340

Contingency fund.
Technical assistance: Public
Health..
149 100

JAMAICA
Cooperative service: Health and
Welfare.

112

(Obligations in thousands of dollars] Adult literacy Rural education...

1, 528

95 Cooperative service: Education.. 120

Fiscal Technical assistance to the Min

Fiscal year ister of Finance

89
Development grants

year 1963 HADO Central Office: Admin

1962

estiistration budget.. 70

mated Communications media services.. Technical support...

242 300 Jet airport construction loan.

2,800

Agricultural and rural development... 284 150 Public Law 480, title III: Cornmeal,

Industry service...

59

70 flour, vegetable oil, beans, butter,

Jamaica malaria eradication program. 15

45 cheese, milk, bulgur.-

1, 265 Establishment of pilot water supply
system at Annotto Bay.

95
First phase AIWA community water
supply construction program...

93 100
Health planning service..

54
HONDURAS
Trade and industrial education.

90

100 [Obligations in thousands of dollars)

Teacher training facilities...

120 Low-cost housing

141 100 Technical support...

99 80 Fiscal Independence scholarships.

75 Fiscal year Labor training center.

180 Development grants

year 1963
1962 (esti-
mated)

LOAN AUTHORIZATIONS
Agricultural cooperative service.

200 200

[In thousands of dollars] Human and institutional development in agriculture.--176 205

Fiscal Fiscal Production development agriculture.. 141 100

year year Rural development.

70

1962 1963 Industry management and development

158 220 Equipment and management opera

Development loans (as of June 21, tion.

1963): Consultant in civil aviation.

120

Water supply system (IAPSP Training at IAGS School..

3

funds) (approved in fiscal year Labor and trade union leadership.

46 50

1962 but carried as part of fiscal Health cooperative service...

33 30
year 1963 program)

2,200 Malaria eradication...

418 410
Low-cost housing (IAPSP funds).

1, 700 Assistance to water authority.

40 30 Export-Import Bank loans (as of Apr. Health facilities....

45 100

30, 1963): Development Finance Health training and education.

37

45

Corporation. Subloans to private Health administration.

38

40
enterprise.

5,000 Education cooperative service..

150 150 Vocational education.....

106 265 General education..

184 300 Aid to self-help school construction.. 22 630

OTHER School construction equipment and supply.

500 Public safety

61 135 Public Law 480: Title III: Cornmeal, Public administration..

261 110 flour, vegetable oil, beans, butter, Technical support. 85 100 cheese, milk, bulgur.--

832 2,090 Dependent schools for construction.

33
Peace Corps (as of Apr. 30, 1963).

200 100 Engineering construction unit.

75

35

3,000 90,000

1,850 10, 458

2,000

2,900

OTHER

72

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[In thousands of dollars)

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Development loans (as of June 21,
1963):
Self-help school construction
(IAPSP funds) (approved in
fiscal year 1962 but carried as
part of fiscal year 1963 program).

Water systems (IAPSP funds)----
Social progress trust fund loans (as of
May 31, 1963):
Banco Nacional de Fomento

(Banco Central de Honduras):
Financing a program of rural
credit of an estimated cost of

$3,575,000.. Instituto de la Vivienda (Repub

lic of Honduras): Financing construction of housing for lowincome families of an estimated cost of $1,469,000.Servicio Autonomo Nacional de

Acueductos y Alcantarillados (Republic of Honduras): Financing the improvement of the water supply system in the city of Tegucigalpa of an estimated cost of $2,700,000.

2 30 70 170

Agriculture research and extension..
Agricultural sector planning...-----
Agriculture, forestry-
Agriculture, co-ops (rural cooperative

development)
Industrial development and manage-

ment.
Cartographic and physical planning.
Transportation, highways..
Civil aviation --
Manpower development.
Malaria eradication..
Environmental sanitation..
Rio Coco emergency health project..
Development of health services
Establishment of administration

structure and practices in Ministry
of Public Health..
Vocational and industrial arts..
Elementary education.
Ministry of Education Planning.
American-Nicaraguan School
Public administration reform
National census.-
National planning office..
Comprehensive physical planning..
Aided self-help housing--
Cooperative service, Nicaraguan-

American Technical Cooperation

Organization..--
Administration, ONACT.
Technical support...

1

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1,000

500 161

Development loans (as of June 21,
1963);
Elementary education (IAPSP
funds)----

540 Highway construction.

900
Social progress trust fund loans (as of
May 31, 1963):
Instituto Nicaragüense de la

Vivienda: Construction of hous-
ing for families of low income of

an estimated cost of $7,789,000.- 5,200 Banco Nacional de Nicaragua:

Rural credit for farmers of low
income of an estimated cost of
$4,033,000.-

2,500

325

20

284

16

Supporting assistance:

Aerial photography and mapping 1
Agricultural development and

production 1..
Minerals resources survey -
Technical studies for hydroelec-

trical development of the Bayano River 1. Water resources and electric

power 1. Assistance to industrial develop

ment center 1
Operation and maintenance of

roads 1
Cocle road survey and design 1
Colon sewer system development i
Development of intergrade health

services and sanitation in rural

areas 1.Aguadulce regionaland Los Santos

psychiatric hospitals design 1.. National school construction 1. National economic planning 1

Housing development program Public Law 480: Title III–Milk,

cornmeal, flour, vegetable oil.. Peace Corps (as of Apr. 30, 1963);

Health, agricultural, and cooperative development..

500 200 114

OTHER

65 100

950

Public Law 480: Title III: Beans,

butter, cheese, milk, corn, cornmeal, flour, and vegetable oil..

120 260

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Agricultural research..

10 Agricultural research and development.--

22 Land development-

29 Livestock development.

56 Agrarian reform -

640 Agricultural economics

15 Agricultural credit and cooperatives - 17 Forestry development.

36 Agricultural extension..

103 Administration and General Accounting

2 Do.

2 U.S. Bureau of Mines.

24 Industrial management

589 Private enterprise development.

319 Civil aviation advisory services.

52 Transportation development

24 Labor development..

135 National employment service..

15 Cooperative employment service. Labor training

72 900 Special advisory service.

256 Improvement and expansion of health services.

57 300 Health unit operation -

Cooperative health and sanitation
service

81 General administration..

47 Industrial training (Peruvian Army). 100 Rural elementary education -

70 Improvement and expansion of higher education..

9 Fiscal Basic educational reform and developyear ment program.

1, 205 1963, Cooperative service in education.

41 esti General administration service..

36 mated Normal school education.

129 Public safety ---

..54 Do.

72 165 Training and advisory service in public administration

924 200 Government organization and man25 agement.-

38 65 National economic planning

529 Housing and urban development... 326 50 Housing commission

59 315 Southern Peru regional development - 1,005 Miscellaneous training.

12 315 Administration project.

28 450 Irrigation engineer.

63 Economic planning.

1 220 Rural development.

2 275 Technical support.--

338

Fiscal year 1963, estimated

1 Contingency fund.

PARAGUAY [Obligations in thousands of dollars)

160

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Agricultural research, education, and

extension. Crop and livestock development Agricultural economics and planning Agricultural development and pro

duction.---Cooperative service:

Agriculture.

Administration... Natural resources. Water resources and electric power. Assistance to Industrial Development

Center Assistance to industry development.. Operation and maintenance of roads.Tambo-Salud (Cocle) road survey and

design.-Civil aviation development. General engineering services. Nursing education. Development of intergrade health

services and sanitation in rural

areas.. Aguadulce regional and Los Santos

psychiatric hospitals design... Cooperative service:

Health.

Administration Vocational education.Teacher trainingUniversity of Panama: Teaching and

research... National school construction.. Cooperative service: Education ad

ministration. Public safety improvement. Government management and admin

istration. -
National economic planning-
Community development.--
Housing development program.
All other training-
Technical support.-

Cooperative service for agriculture -Agricultural development and produc

tivity. Agricultural education.. Credit cooperatives and marketing-Forestry. Administration: Agriculture. Industrial development.-Road construction and maintenance

trainingRoadbuilding equipment. Cooperative public health service. Health services development. Medical and nurses education. Admin stration: Health. Cooperative service: Education.. Vocational education.Elementary teacher education. Rural education development. Administration: Education.. Government management and organi

zation... Economy policy, planning, and fiscal

reform.. Public administration school: Now

National University. Communications media. Technical support.---

115

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Development loans (as of June 21,
1963):
Lima, water and sewage..

8, 600 Feasibility studies..

3,000 Social progress trust fund loans (as of May 31, 1963): Republic of Peru, financing hous

ing for persons of low income of

an estimated cost of $48,700,000.-22, 800 Cooperativa de Credito Central

del Peru (Government of Peru),
small loans to finance housing,
improved land use, and potable
water and sanitation of an esti-
mated cost of $2,000,000.---

1,000 Asociacion Mutual de Credito

para la Vivienda “El Pueblo" (Government of Peru), construction of housing for families of low income of an estimated cost of $2,069,200.--

1,000 Universidad Nacional Mayor de

San Marcos (Republic of Peru),
financing the installation of a
department for basic sciences of

an estimated cost of $3,002,000.--
Export-Import Bank loans (as of
Apr. 30, 1963):
The Peruvian Corp., diesel and
locomotive spare parts.---

1,500 Ind. Quimas Basicas, equip

ment to produce fertilizer, etc... 508 Fabrica Alumino Metales, equip

ment for aluminum fabricating- 611 Republic of Peru, water and sewer facilities.

6,500 Marcona Mining Co., expansion of iron ore facilities --

6,000 Metalurgica Pervara, metallurgi

cal plant..

6,000 Public Law 480:

Title I: Wheat, flour, bread grains. 5,500
Title III: Beans, milk, bulgur,

cornmeal, flour, vegetable oil. - 988

5,000

1,490

1,500

PERU [Obligations in thousands of dollars)

Development loans (as of June 21,

1963): Water sewage systems.Social progress trust fund loans (as of May 31, 1963): Instituto de Vivienda y Urbanismo (Republic of Panama): Financing housing for persons of low income of an estimated cost of $10,444,917.

7,600 Instituto de Acueductos y Alcan

tarillados Nacionales (Republic
of Panama): Financing of water
supply systems for 7 cities of an

estimated cost of $3,835,000.---- 2,762 Export-Import Bank loans (as of Apr. 30, 1963): Republic of Panama:

Refuse collection equipment.. 420
Highway equipment.--- 1,580

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4, 750

680

OTHER

9 20

Supporting assistance-Con.

Teacher training facilities: St.

Lucia..--
Liberal arts college: Trinidad..
Teteron Bay facilities.

Engineering services.
Fiscal year 1963: May 26 agreement

executed between the Governments of Trinidad and Tobago and the United States for a grant of $10,000,000. The local currency generated to be used for Chaguaramas Road and liberal arts college as indicated above. The balance to be used for mutually acceptable activities, such as road development, port engineering, and low-cost housing-Public Law 480:

Title II: Coarse grains..

Title III: Milk Peace Corps (as of Apr. 30, 1963):

Education, recreation, and agriculture: St. Lucia

Rural improvement. 5,000 Industrial development.

Industrial resources survey-75 Labor program.

National manpower training and

development Hospital maintenance advisory serv

ices.-
Hospital construction and equipment-
Rural health and environmental sani-

tation.
Vocational education..
Rural education..

Public safety3,000

Government management assistance.

Economic planning45 Housing545 Technical support.

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Supporting assistance: Puno emer

gency relief loan 1 Public Law 480: Title II: Bread grains, coarse

grains, fats and oils, milk.. Title III: Beans, butter, milk, bulgur, cornmeal, flour, vege

table oil. Title IV: Bread grain, feed grain,

vegetable oil. Peace Corps (as of Apr.30,

1963): Indian integration, community development, health and sanitation, credit unions, urban community action, savings and loan program. Education: Art foundation; education, university education, and social development.-

95 345

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Fiscal year 1963

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Development loans (as of June 21, 1963);

Supervised agricultural credit..
Slum clearance and low-cost hous-

ing-
Social Progress Trust Fund (as of
May 31, 1963):
Banco Obrero de Venezuela (Gov.

ernment of Venezuela): Financing of rural housing for persons of low income through self-help system of an estimated cost of

$45,950,000.Republic of Venezuela: Financing

of potable water systems for 330 towns of an estimated cost of

$20,000,000.---Instituto Nacional de Obras Sani

tarias (Government of Venezuela): Financing of potable water system for 55 towns of an

estimated cost of $21,000,000. Banco Obrero de Venezuela (Gov

ernment of Venezuela): Construction of housing for families of low income of an estimated

cost of $14,025,000. Instituto Agrario Nacional (Gov.

ernment of Venezuela): Financing a program of consolidation of rural settlements of an esti

mated cost of $80,078,580... Universidad de Oriente, de Vene

zuela (Corporación Venezolana de Fomento): Financing the development of basic science and technology of an estimated cost

of $2,400,000.Export-Import loans (as of Apr. 30,

1963): C.A. Venezolana de Pulpa y Papel: (Construction of pulp bleaching plant, power transformed substation and steam reduction substation)

180 15 30 25 20

LOAN AUTHORIZATIONS

[In thousands of dollars]

21

10,000

55 200

212

Fiscal Fiscal year year 1962 1963

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Development loans (as of June 21,

1963): Home construction.. Social progress trust fund loans (as of May 31, 1963): Gobierno del Departamento de

Montevideo: Financing of sanitation works of an estimated

cost of $12,000,000.--Republic of Uruguay: Construc

tion of housing for low-income families of an estimated cost of

$15,301,125_Export-Import Bank loans (Apr. 30, 1963): Republic of Uruguay: Water

supply. St. Hermanos Uruguay: Coffee

manufacturing plant. Banco de la Republica Oriental

del Uruguay: Various.

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Peace Corps (as of Apr. 30, 1963):

Primary, secondary, and vocational
education...

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1,550

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Physical planning infrastructure.

200

Inter-American Center, Loyola: LeadManpower inventory and training

155 Census.-

365

ership for social development Cadastral survey

620

Puerto Rico University: Overall regional planning

105

Labor relations trainingPublic administration..

130

Medical trainingHigher education..---

580

Public administration trainingTextbook production...

510

Rutgers University: Urban problems.Industrial productivity and manage

Tax advisory service.. ment.

240

Health statistics... Agricultural sector planning

3

Mexican book.--Mobile rural health..

Regional credit union development. Civil aviation...

400

IAGS: Natural resources survey-Technical support.

240

Urban development -
Cooperative advisory service for or-

ganization of co-ops of Americas..

Cooperative advisory service for indi-
LOAN AUTHORIZATIONS

vidual co-ops.----
[In thousands of dollars]

Land-grant college coordination.
Johns Hopkins: Economics of health

planning-
Fiscal | Fiscal Census.
year year Labor administration seminar.
1962 1963 Scholarship survey--

Co-op League: To set up organization

of co-ops... Development loans (as of June 21,

Pilot food processing survey. 1963); Central American Bank, for

Housing advisory service.. economic integration feasibility

Advisory services: Andean Indian studies.

2,500

development Social progress trust fund loans (as of

Child feedingMay 31, 1963): Universities of Costa

HOPE. Rica, Guatemala, El Salvador,

OAS: Honduras, and Nicaragua (Govern

European fellowships. ments of Costa Rica, Guatemala, El

Technical cooperation program.. Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua):

Information program.Financing a program of develop

PAHO.---ment of basic sciences of an esti

Civil aviation mated cost of $10,833,000...

2,925 Commerce advisory committee for the

Alliance for Progress..

SEMLA (center for economic and
REGIONAL

monetary studies for Latin America)-
[Obligations in thousands of dollars]

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Agricultural and natural resources..
Industry and mining--
Industrial training (vocational)
Public health.
Visual aids -
Administrative services.
Area development..
Aided self-help housing-
Housing--
Cooperative service:

Grant.

Administration..
Technical support.

40

75

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75

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45 400

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Agriculture leadership training (farm

er's union)-------
Aviation (Panama) ----
Labor society development.
Malaria eradication (Peru)
Water supply (Peru).
Regional health consultant (Jamaica).
Higher education (Costa Rica).
Police Academy (Panama).
Public administration adviser on tax

(Panama)---
Regional public consultant (Peru).
Public administration (Peru) -
Regional housing (Nicaragua).
Credit union training...
Regional Andean center (Peru).
Support of statistical work of perma-

nent secretariat (Guatemala)
Technical aids center (Mexico)
U.S. book exchange..
Cooperative training (Puerto Rico).
Marketing seminar (Brazil).
Regional workshop (Costa Rica).
Seminars and workshops...-
Technical consultants and audiovisual

support.--
3d country training (Mexico).
Teacher training..
Science books.
Inter-American Institute of Agricul-

tural Sciences..
American Institute of Free Labor De-

velopment.
Civil engineering training.
Aided self-help housing evaluation.
Public administration..
Peace Corps: Community develop-

ment.---
League of Women Voters: Women's

leadership training--
Housing construction statistics --
Development of commercial standards
National Science Foundation: Sum-

mer Teacher Institute in Science
and mathematics.---
Puerto Rico, labor statistics training-
Water Supply: Management training-
National Rural Electric: Co-ops..
National Academy of Science
Committee for Higher Education in

Latin America Academic Journals.-

Fiscal
BRITISH GUIANA

YUGOSLAVIA
year
1963,
[Obligations in thousands of dollars]

Mr. FULBRIGHT. Mr. President, I esti

ask unanimous consent to have printed mated

at this point in my remarks a very exFiscal Fiscal year

cellent editorial entitled "Ambivalence Development grants

1963, 165

year

on Yugoslavia” published in today's is1962 estimated

sue of the New York Times.

There being no objection, the editorial Shrimp and fisheries.

17

was ordered to be printed in the RECORD, Agriculture project-

117 115 as follows:
Industrial development advisory
600
service.

2

AMBIVALENCE ON YUGOSLAVIA Road development.

31 55

George F. Kennan's statement on his un-
Engineering analysis survey, Berbice
River Bar.

864 230

happy experiences as American Ambassador Civil aviation.

5 5 in Belgrade reminds us once again of the Trade union seminar..

21

2 schizophrenia in this country's policy toward Filaria control.. 40

40 Yugoslavia. Since 1950, under both DemoHealth service training, operation and advisory services..

52 200

cratic and Republican Presidents, the official Vocational education...

61 60 attitude of the White House toward Yugo825

Public safety (civil police training)-- 3 80

slavia has been one of friendship, an attitude Public administration, local govern

reflected tangibly by hundreds of millions of ment..

9 20 Town planning and community

dollars of economic and military aid as well development 25

5 20 as, most recently, by the reception of PresiGovernment information service.

4

dent Tito by President Kennedy in WashingTechnical assistance development organization...

29

ton.
Technical support.

171
150

In contrast, Congress has seemed to be 350 Hydropower survey.

tending toward a policy almost of vendetta

against Yugoslavia. Last year it asked for 355

an end to Yugoslavia's most-favored-nation

status. If the President had acted on this BRITISH HONDURAS

proposal-he has successfully resisted it 200 30 [Obligations in thousands of dollars]

thus far—the result would have been a 20

doubling or tripling of American tariffs

against more than three-quarters of the com150

Fiscal
Fiscal year

modities we buy from the Yugoslavs. Trade
300
Development grants

year 1963 in both directions would have been dis160

1962 esti rupted. This year the House has already re200

mated jected President Kennedy's request for a re

versal of last year's directive; unless the 400 Agricultural development.

69 10 Senate backs him up, he will doubtless have 80 Industrial training

17

to accede to this unwise policy in the com65 Education-General.

25

ing months.
150 Vocational training...

77
285
Housing development

27
20

The Congressmen pushing for maximum
Technical support.---

34

40 enmity against Yugoslavia are engaged in a 40

primitive anticommunism which refuses to

161
94

250

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