Business: More Trade with Red China

Ever since the end of the Korean war, the United Nations' dike against trade with Communist China has grown steadily weaker. Last week the cracks became a chasm. In London the British Foreign Office announced that it would allow all colonial governments to resume shipments of rubber to Red China, and added privately that "we intend to resume trade on as many fronts as possible without allowing China strategic materials it cannot get from Russia." In short order, Malaya issued permission for each concern to sell up to 2,000 tons to the Chinese Communists; Indonesia announced that it would sell not...

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