Business: Tit for Tat

At a Geneva meeting of the 34 member nations of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, the U.S. came under attack last week. Subject: the U.S. restrictions on dairy products from Denmark and other countries. "We feel,"said Denmark's Gunnar Seidenfaden, "that a leading trading nation like the U.S. has special responsibilities to cooperate in the general effort." With the backing of Australia, The Netherlands, Sweden, Italy and Canada, GATT passed a Danish resolution affirming the right of other nations to take retaliatory action against the U.S. so long as American import restrictions remain in effect.


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