Spalding, Allan
April 1944
New Republic;4/17/44, Vol. 110 Issue 16, p525
Focuses on the international monopolistic control of quebracho cartel operation chiefly found in Argentina and Paraguay. Use of quebracho to tan and preserve leather; Extraction of quebracho from the bark of a tree found in Argentina and Paraguay; Administration of chief producers of quebracho by England-based Forestal Land, Timber and Railways Ltd.; Formation of a directive committee to control the pool of quebracho producers; Relationship between the cartel and the government of Argentina.


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