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Full referenceBratter, H.M (U.S. Department of Commerce), Muddled Money Situation Explained by U.S. Department of Commerce Expert (1931)
TypeJournal article
Author(s)Bratter, H.M (U.S. Department of Commerce)
TitleMuddled Money Situation Explained by U.S. Department of Commerce Expert
Year1931
JournalChina Press
Start page11
End page18
LanguageEnglish
Keywordsexpert; United States; Department of Commerce; silver; trade; purchasing power; consumer
Abstract

Muddled Money Situation Explained by U.S. Department of Commerce Expert. Bratter Says Silver Not wholly responsible for U.S. Trade Drop. World Depression and decline in China's Exports declared major cause for her lack of purchasing power in foreign market. 

  • Numerous remedies
  • Potential Supply
  • Mexico increases
  • Offerings decrease
  • Asia Chief Market
  • Distribution Grows
  • Cheaper on Decline
  • Momentary Deviations
  • Results of Speculation
  • Close Association
  • Factores Widespread
  • Depedent On Conditions
  • system is complex
Note

China Press, September 2, 1931, p. 11. 

Major actors

  • BRATTER, H.M (U.S. Department of Commerce)
  • U.S. Department of Commerce
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