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INDEX

Page
AGRICULTURE: Foreign capital invested in United States, 1937---- 101-103
ALGERIA: Trust laws and unfair competition legislation, 1938; sum-
mary

290
ANTIMONY: Only smelter in United States owned abroad.--

106
ARGENTINA:
Trust laws and unfair competition legislation; summary:
1936

264
1937-38

275
1938-

290
ARTIFICIAL TEETH MANUFACTURE: Pricing policy, export market.-- 47
ASSOCIATIONS: EXPORT TRADE ACT. (See Export Trade Associa-

tions.)
AUSTRALIA:
Trust laws and unfair competition legislation ; summary:
1936-37-

264
1938_.

290
AUSTRIA:
Trust laws and unfair competition legislation ; summary:
1936

264
1938

291
AUTOMOTIVE CHEMICALS: Pricing policies, export market---

56
AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY:

Foreign capital invested in United States, 1937; automobile parts;
dollar amount--

100
Pricing policies : Domestic and export market.

42
BALANCE OF INTERNATIONAL PAYMENTS. (See Investments.)
BANKING, INVESTMENTS, etc.: Foreign capital invested in United
States, 1937; dollar amount_.

101
BELGIUM: Trust laws and unfair competition legislation, 1938–39;
summary--

291
BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS: Pricing policies: Domestic and export
market

56
BOLIVIA:
Trust laws and unfair competition legislation; summary:
1936

264
1938

276, 291
BORON MINERALS INDUSTRY: Percent of domestic output by com-
panies under foreign control---

106
BRAZIL: Trust laws and unfair competition legislation. 1938 sum-
mary-

291
BUILDING MATERIALS INDUSTRY: Foreign capital invested in
United States, 1937-

100
CACAO CARTEL: International agreement for a buyers' pool, 1937--

280
CALCULATING MACHINES: Pricing policies, export market_

41
CALLMAN, DR. RUDOLPH: Das deutsche Kartellrecht; cited (n.)-
CANADA:
Trust laws and unfair-competition legislation; summary :
1937

265
1938_

276
1938–39_

292
301

X

32

CARTELS (see also below References to Literature, items 1, 4, 12):

Page
Branches of foreign cartels or subsidiaries in United States--

99
Federal Trade Commission's report of 1916 summarizing status of
foreign cartels----

115
Germany, pre-war cartels_-

115
International agreements and cartels, entered into or revised :
1937.-

268
1937–38.

280
CEMENT INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT, 1937----

268
CHAMBERLAIN, E. : Theory of monopolistic competition; cited (n.).

78
CHEMICAL INDUSTRY:

Export price policy of principal world supplier of a chemical product--
Foreign capital invested in United States, 1937; comment and dollar
amount-

100-101
German pre-war investment in United States_-

101
Pricing policies, export market of heavy chemicals industry-

46
CHINA : Trust laws and unfair-competition legislation of 1936; summary- 265
CIGARETTE MANUFACTURE: Pricing policies, export market-

46
COFFEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, 1936_-

268
COKE, INTERNATIONAL CARTEL, 1937-

279-280
COLOMBIA :
Trust laws and unfair-competition legislation ; summary :
1936_

265
1938

293
COMMISSION HOUSES: Export price policy--

61
COMPETITION (See also below References to Literature, items 2, 17):
Competition versus monopoly-

74-80
Unfair competition legislation in foreign countries, 1937–39; sum-
mary :
1937

264
1938

275
1939_

290
COMPRESSORS (See Machinery Products.)
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY. (See Building Materials Industry.)
COPPER CARTEL -

116
COPPER EXPORT ASSOCIATION: Function of_
COPPER EXPORTERS, INC.: Function of..
COST OF DOING BUSINESS : Export Trade. (See Export Trade : Costs.)
COTTON PIECE GOODS INDUSTRY: Export pricing policy.

38
COTTON STAPLES INDUSTRY: Pricing policy, export market.

62
CUBA: Trust laws and unfair competition legislation of 1938; summary 276:
CZECHOSLOVAKIA:
Trust laws and unfair competition legislation; summary :
1936_.

265
1937

276
1938.

293
DENMARK: Trust laws and unfair competition legislation, 1937; sum-
mary-

277
DICKENS, PAUL D.

American direct investments in foreign countries, 1936; cited (n.)-- 109
Direct foreign investments in American industry, 1937; 1940; cited
and text

X, 85–110
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Trust laws and unfair competition legislation
1938; summary----

293
DUMPING (See also below References to Literature, item 28):

Federal Trade Commission, supplemental report on antidumping
legislation, 1934–38; cited.

275, 290
Theory of..

4, 83
ECUADOR:
Trust laws and unfair competition legislation ; summary :
1937–38

277
1938

293
EGYPT: Trust laws and unfair competition legislation, 1938; summary--- 293
ESTONIA : Trust laws and unfair competition legislation, 1937 ; summary- 277

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EXPORT PRICE POLICIES (See also below References to Literature, Page
items 11, 14, 19, 23, 26) :
Comparison of export- and domestic-price policies.

29-62
Domestic- and export-sales departments establish prices independently

on basis of factory costs plus distribution costs; some concessions
in exports ----

52
Early studies of ---

7-11
Economic factors determining export-price policy.

63-90
Export agents and commission houses acting for American manufac-
turers

61
Export customer different type than domestic -

47
Export prices equal to domestic prices.

36, 68
Export prices higher than domestic_

25, 63, 67
Lower export than domestic prices---

44, 70
Foreign sales made by company branches; price concessions in some
markets ---

58
Factors in foreign market conditions which necessitate lower export

prices
Factory price plus distribution costs for all customers_

37
Foreign branch plants, effect of -

90
Foreign sales made at less than average costs----

59
International price discrimination not a sign of monopoly

91
Market price plus distribution costs for all customers.

36
Mass production and ----

83-86
Monopoly aspects of the problem

74
Monopoly prices.-
One-price policy for all customers.--
Problems involved in comparing domestic and export prices.

16-29
Profit margin differentials---

28
Public control of export prices.-

92
Range in export versus domestic prices for identical product; table---- 57
Sample study of differences between domestic and export pricing policy
of United States corporation By Dr. Milton Gilbert -

1-93
Standard export prices lower than domestic for some commodities--- 50
Standard export prices same as domestic but concessions given in some
markets

44
Why a firm is willing to grant price concessions on export shipments- 70
Why domestic prices are higher..
Zone price system.

40
EXPORT TRADE: BALANCE OF PAYMENTS. (See Investments.)
EXPORT TRADE; COSTS:
Group 1 cases analysis ; higher export than domestic prices..

3136
Group 2 cases analysis; export prices equal to domestic prices.. 36-44
Group 3 cases analysis; lower export than domestic prices----

44-62
EXPORT TRADE; PROFITABILITY:

Group 1 cases analysis ; higher export than domestic prices--- 31-36
Group 2 cases analysis; export prices equal to domestic prices_. 36-44
Group 3 cases analysis; lower export than domestic prices.-

44-62
Type of price policy analysis :

All foreign sales made at less than average costs; six named
products; comment and table_.

59–61
All foreign sales made by company branches; concessions in some
markets; calculation of profits---

58–59
Domestic and export sales departments establish prices inde-

pendently on basis of factory plus distribution costs; some
concessions in exports; 15 named products; comment and
table.

52-58
Standard export prices lower than domestic for some commodi-
ties; six named products, comment and table--

50-52
Standard export prices same as domestic but concessions given

in some markets; 15 named products, comment and tables. 44-50
EXPORT TRADE: REFERENCES TO LITERATURE. (See below Refer-

ences to Literature, items 5–10, 27.)

EXPORT TRADE ACT (April 10, 1918, 40 Stat. 516. Webb-Pomerene Page
Act):
Administration of the law---

123
Advantages derived by cooperative effort under act.

143
Amendment proposed in 1921, by Senator Fletcher, S. 2683, Sixty-
seventh Congress; text of bill---

124
Analysis of law as passed on April 10, 1918-

119
Annual report form of associations under act_-

237
Associated groups formed under the act, 1918–38; summary in chrono-
logical order. --

132
Bills, debates, and hearings, and reports, 1924–28, redrafting or
amending provisions of Export Trade Act; summary-

128
Debates in Congress, hearings and committee reports preceding pas-
sags of the act---

118-119
Federal Trade Commission statements of Export Trade Act activi-
ties, 1916–39; summary

131
Future of the law--

146
Operation of, report by the Federal Trade Commission; cited and
text-

-x, 111-300
Practice and procedure under the act. Federal Trade Commission,
Foreign Trade Series No. 1, 1919; extracts; text..

123, 240
Practice and procedure under the act. Federal Trade Commission :
Foreign Trade Series, No. 2, 1935; cited and text...

129, 251
Procedure of Federal Trade Commission under act; summary.

132
Section 5. Pacific Forest Industries case; action by Federal Trade Com-

mission, 1939-40; text of recommendations, January 27, 1940---- 129-130
Selected list of references on the Export Trade Act, compiled by Madge
E. Harkness__

297-300
Silver letter, 1924; text-

125
Text of the law as approved April 10, 1918_---

149–151
Text of the law as approved April 10, 1918; annotated-

245-2 19
Wilson Tariff Act antitrust amendments not modified by act_

249
EXPORT TRADE ASSOCIATIONS:
Advantages obtained by the associations_-

288
Annual report, form of_-

237
Directory of associations on file with Federal Trade Commission :
June 30, 1937 (45).

261
June 30, 1938 (44).

274
June 30, 1939 (43)

286
Feb. 1940 (44)--

152-253
Directory of associations that have operated or been formed under the
act:
1918-35_

258-260
1918-39_

154-233
Functions of the groups organized under the act_-

138
Number of associations in operation each year, 1920–40; number of
member companies represented in 1940; table-

135
Obstacles met by export associations; reasons for dissolution of some
of the groups--

145
Report to Federal Trade Commission due within 30 days after cre-
ation of each association; facsimile in blank.

234
Services rendered by the associations_--

287
Types of organization formed under act--

136
Value of products exported :
1920–34.

257
1920-38

134
1925-38

284-285
1935-36_

262
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION:

Alleged violation of antitrust laws by combinations being formed

abroad by American firms and alleged dumping of American goods
in foreign markets; report 1926; cited (n.) ---

10, 16
Annual report, excerpts relating to foreign trade work of the Com-
mission :
1937_

261-263
1938

272
1939

284

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