Business: Russian Trade

U. S. manufacturers have found that Russia is in a buying mood for mining and oil equipment, agricultural machinery, binder twine, live stock, chemicals, metals, rubber, cotton, adding machines and typewriters. The Amtorg Trading Corp.* of Manhattan let it be known that business with the Soviet Union has been booming, that shipments reached a total of $31,199,834 in 1927, as compared with $8,681,412 in 1926. The All-Russian Textile Syndicate Inc. of Manhattan reported that its exports amounted to $42,000,000 in 1927, against $33,000,000 in 1926. These two companies handle the bulk of U....

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