Business: Time Clock, Oct. 3, 1955

LOWER TARIFFS are in prospect for a list of some 1,000 imported items (value $2 billion) in 1956. Under the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), the U.S. will put up nearly one-fifth of its imports (everything from golf balls to autos) for trade bargaining with 25 nations in Geneva this January. Though not all duties will be cut, prospects are that many items will be cut 15% over the next three years.

CONFLICT OF INTEREST fight is stirring up anew over businessmen who serve in the Government without pay. Trustbuster Stanley Barnes...

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