The Ottawa Conference

October 1932
Saturday Evening Post;10/8/1932, Vol. 205 Issue 15, p20
Comments on the impact of the adjourned conference of the members of the British Commonwealth of Nations on trade policies, held in Ottawa, Ontario in August 1932. Changes in the free trade policy; Issues raised over the tariff and immigration policies of the U.S.; Need for an intensive discussion on the British monetary policies.


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