Business: Clearing House

From Rotterdam last week arrived the first of the 100,000,000 tulip, gladioli, iris, hyacinth, crocus and daffodil bulbs worth some $5,000,000 which the Dutch annually export to the U. S. This week the cordial trade relations between The Netherlands and the U. S. blossomed with the announcement that a vacant lot in Manhattan's Radio City will soon sprout a Netherlands Building.

Since the signing of a reciprocal trade treaty in 1935 trade between the U. S. and The Netherlands has grown enormously. In 1936 Holland (including colonies) imported from the U. S. goods worth...

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