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Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University, 1949.

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Pagination82 pages
Number of Pages82
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Open LibraryOL25922411M
OCLC/WorldCa7905184


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The oil industry subsidies have a long history in the United States. As early as World War I, the government stimulated oil and gas production in order to ensure a domestic supply. InCongress established the Deep Water Royalty Relief Act. The Ship Subsidy Question in United States Politics Volume 8, Issue 1 of Northampton, Mass.

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The latest data that the US Department of Energy published in a report to Congress on federal energy subsidies was for and the most recent US IRS corporate tax data available are for (1.

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According to the United States consul-general at Hongkong the Government is now () to furnish half of the amount of an extension of the capital of the Chinese Merchants' Steam Navigation Company to twenty million taels (about $12, gold), and. Cohn is Assistant Professor of Economics at the United States Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, New York.

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The United Nations and the United States rush to South Korea’s defense. China, in support of the communist North, retaliates when U.S., UN, and South Korean troops approach the Chinese border.

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Shipbuilders place the blame on foreign subsidies. South Korea, Germany, and Japan - the world's three biggest shipbuilders - each provide roughly $2 billion annually in History of ship subsidies in the United States book subsidies. Subsidy, a direct or indirect payment, economic concession, or privilege granted by a government to private firms, households, or other governmental units in order to promote a public objective.

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In other situations, subsidies seem to have little effect at all on energy trends—implying that they are a poor value for money. The U.S. Energy Information Administration conducted an in-depth exploration of energy subsidies in the United States, and noted two salient trends (U.S.

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Romberg, Doris. Get this from a library. The coming ship subsidy scandal: why an investigation of the United States Maritime Commission is necessary. [William L Standard; National Maritime Union of America.]. In France, farmers have vigorously protested decreases in subsidies that have made them the second largest food exporter after the United States.

Inthe U.S. Congress, despite its long history of farm price supports, passed the Freedom to Farm Act, which eliminated agricultural subsidies in favor of fixed payments to farmers.

The colonial history of the United States covers the history of European colonization of America from the early 16th century until the incorporation of the colonies into the United States of America.

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The United States also led negotiations through the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) dating back to the s that produced agreements to limit government subsidies to. The S.S. United States, the world’s fastest ocean liner, won’t be sailing the seas again after all.

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