FOREIGN TRADE: Partnership in New Orleans

Foreign private capital cannot be driven. It must be attracted. Real cooperation in this hemisphere can result only from adherence to consistent economic programs honorably and continuously observed . . . The U.S. will seek to be more than a good neighbor. It will be a good partner.

With these words in New Orleans last week, Dr. Milton Eisenhower, the President's special emissary to Latin America in 1953, set the keynote for a new kind of economic conference. Its purpose: to boost future U.S. investment in Latin America through a partnership of businessmen...

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