United States imports from Japan and their relation to the defense program and to the economy of the country.
Associated Name: United States Tariff Commission.
Publication year: 1941.
Call Number HF3127 .U55 1941
Media class: Book
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : United States Tariff Commission
Additional information: vi, 239 p. ; 25 cm.
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pt. 1. Introduction -- Summary -- Conclusions -- pt. 2. Frozen swordfish, whole, filleted, boned, etc. -- Tuna fish, packed in oil -- Salmon, canned -- Crab meat, crab sauce, and crab paste -- Seed oysters -- Fish scrap and fish meal -- Cod and cod-liver oils -- Fish livers -- Fish-liver oils, other than cod and cod-liver -- Mother-of-pearl shells, crude -- Mink fur skins, undressed -- Lily bulbs -- Bristles, sorted, bunched, or prepared -- Sauces, n.s.p.f. -- Vegetables, prepared or preserved, n.s.p.f. -- Ajinomoto -- Pineapples, prepared or preserved, n.s.p.f. -- Mandarin oranges, canned -- Tea, n.s.p.f. -- Pyrethrum or insect flowers, crude -- Rapeseed oil (denatured) -- Japan wax -- Perilla oil -- Agar-agar -- Dead or creosote oil -- Menthol -- Camphor, crude and refined -- Cotton manufactures, n.s.p.f. -- Cotton cloth, bleached, plain -- Plainback cotton velveteens -- Cotton table damask, and manufactures thereof -- Table and bureau covers, etc., of plain-woven cotton cloth, n.s.p.f. -- Cotton floor coverings -- Cotton rages, including wiping rags, except for paper making -- Cotton fish nets and netting -- Raw silk -- Silk waste -- Habutai and other plain-woven silk fabrics -- Rayon staple fiber -- Pedaline hat braid and unfinished paper hat bodies -- Sticks of bamboo -- Manufactures of paper, n.e.s. -- Pottery, household table and kitchen articles, decorated, colored, etc. -- Pottery, nonhousehold ware, decorated, colored, etc. -- Slide fasteners -- Incandescent electric lamps, metal filament, other than miniature -- Cultured pearls and parts, and solid imitation pearls -- Miscellaneous pyroxylin articles.
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