How Farben Swindled Standard Oil

Reimann, Guenter
April 1942
New Republic;4/13/42, Vol. 106 Issue 15, p483
Focuses on the association between Standard Oil Co. and IG Farbenindustrie AG (Farben) and discusses on how Farben cheated Standard Oil Co. Argument that the association was the only way in which American industry could obtain the secrets of German synthetic production; Details of the deal between Standard Oil Co. and Faben on the synthetic production; Adequacy of the collaboration from Faben's point of view; Indication by Frank A. Howard, president of Standard Oil Development that Faben was unable to fulfil a part of the original agreement; Secrecy of amount paid by Standard Oil Co. to Faben.


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