POSTWAR: Yank Comes Home

Eric Johnston, president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, came back last week from a three-week whirl around England with some startling conclusions on U.S.-British relations:

1) U.S. and British businessmen should get together on postwar problems right now, and he had so proposed to his British hosts. He had also suggested "a marrying" of the two nations' capital for investment in other nations. "The British have had investments all over the world for years," he continued blandly, "[but] some of them were not too profitable. It might help if U.S. capital were put in too."

2) Agreement between the two...

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