GERMANY: Capital Wanted

Alanson B. Houghton, U. S. Ambassador to the Republic of Germany, arrived in Washington to consult U. S. Secretary of State Charles E. Hughes on developments in Germany due to the adoption of the Experts' Plan.

Referring to development now possible in the Reich, Mr. Houghton said:

"America's immediate interest in Germany's acceptance of the Dawes arrangement lies in the fact that the $200 million loan, in which our capital is to participate so heavily, is probably the best-guaranteed loan in the history of international finance. That...

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