Business: International

U. S. Minister to Switzerland Hugh Robert Wilson last week signed for the U. S., at Berne, one more supplementary agreement to the multilateral trade convention of 1927 to do away with multifold prohibitions and tariff restrictions which the warring nations set up against each other in 1914-1918. The U. S. was the twenty-eighth and last nation finally to sign the new agreement. The agreement was a list of exceptions. It specified a few remaining articles of commerce which it was agreed might still be subjected to prohibitions and restrictions by the various nations. It was agreed that Chile, for example,...

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