Export Surpluses and Import Needs of South America

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Strategic Materials Available in South America

The steady growth of commerce between the United States and South America since the outbreak of war in Europe has resulted from extraordinary increases in United States imports and exports of special types of goods, rather than from heavier trade in commodities all along the line. The United States has been turning to South America for items which were formerly purchased elsewhere, but has not substantially increased its purchases of major commodities for which South America was already the chief ...

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