LATIN AMERICA: Three Times Larger

"Three Times Larger"

At a luncheon tendered to Latin American consular representatives by the Whitehall Club, Manhattan, President James A. Farrell of the U. S. Steel Corporation spoke:

"In the nations to the south of us, we find a population roughly three-quarters as great, though distributed over an area nearly three times larger. . . .

"In 1925, exports to South and Central America increased approximately 30% over the previous year, representing a greater increase than with any other of the principal geographic divisions of the world.

"That this...

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