2 edition of Some economic aspects of postwar inter-American relations found in the catalog.
Some economic aspects of postwar inter-American relations
Conference on Some Aspects of Postwar Inter-American Relations (1946 University of Texas)
Javier Màrquez.--Petroleum and the industrial program of Latin America, by Eugene Hollman.--The technological future of the Latin-American countries, by P.W. Henry.--Practical problems in the trade with Latin America, by T.J. Caldwell.--Industrialization in Latin America and its influence on economic relationships with the United States, by George Wythe.--Latin-American agriculture in the postwar world, by V.H. Shoffelmayer.
|Other titles||Postwar inter-American relations.|
|Statement||papers read at a Conference on some economic aspects of postwar inter-American relations, sponsored by the Institute of Latin-American Studies of the University of Texas, Austin, Texas, April 12 and 13, 1946.|
|Series||Texas. University. Institute of Latin-American Studies. Latin-American studies -- 2, Latin-American studies (University of Texas. Institute of Latin-American Studies) -- no. 2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||47000399|
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