GERMANY: Notes, Aug. 25, 1924

The German and Spanish Governments concluded a commercial treaty which was expected to work greatly to the disadvantage of the export trade of the U. S. and Britain with Spain. No details were published, but it was stated that the surtax on German imports was removed by the Spanish Government and that the German Government agreed to revalue the paper marks held by Spanish business houses.

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As gasoline is $2 a gallon in Berlin, fat chauffeurs are taboo, owing to the fact...

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