Time Clock, Oct. 13, 1958

ATOM-POWER LEAD in race to supply world market with reactors has gone to General Electric Co. In key competition, with seven atom experts called by World Bank to help judge, G.E. won contract to build 150,000-kw. boiling-water-type reactor for Italian government near Naples. G.E. will also build West Germany's first power reactor.

BLOW FOR FREER TRADE was struck by President Eisenhower, who refused Tariff Commission's recommendation to double 30% duty on umbrella frames. Boost would have aided four U.S. producers, who employ fewer than 500 workers and whose unit sales are running about 10% ahead of last year. It would have irritated...

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