Foreign News: Where Dollars Go


Because the world is their statistical province, experts of the League of Nations at Geneva are always a bit behind. They announced cheerfully last week that they have now caught up to 1928 in their search to find out how much U. S. tourists spend abroad and how much immigrants in the U. S. send back to the "old countries."

Incidentally the experts discovered that the peoples who travel and spend most abroad per capita are, in descending order of spending: 1) citizens of the U. S.; 2)...

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