A Tariff Increase on Oil Might Turn and Bite Us

May 1950
Saturday Evening Post;5/20/1950, Vol. 222 Issue 47, p10
Reflects on the plan of the U.S. government to increase its oil tariff to Venezuela. Proposed increase in tariff according to the bills introduced at the Congress; Implications of the tariff hike for the trade relations between the two countries; Significance of the proposed tariff increase to the U.S. economy.


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