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Foreign Relations of the United States, 1964–1968, Volume IX, International Development and Economic Defense Policy; Commodities


List of Abbreviations

  • A, Office of the Administrator, Agency for International Development; also airgram
  • AA, Office of the Assistant Administrator, Agency for International Development
  • ADP, Automated Data Processing
  • ADCOR, subject indicator for telegrams concerning aid coordination
  • ADELA, Atlantic Community Development Group for Latin America
  • AFI, Office of Inter-African Affairs, Bureau of African Affairs, Department of State
  • AFL, American Federation of Labor
  • AFR, Bureau for Africa, Agency for International Development
  • AID, Agency for International Development
  • AID/W, Agency for International Development/Washington
  • ASD, Assistant Secretary of Defense
  • BC, Berlin Conference
  • BDSA, Business and Defense Services Administration, Department of Commerce
  • BIAC, Business and Industry Advisory Committee (OECD)
  • BNA, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State
  • BOB, Bureau of the Budget
  • BUSEC, series indicator for Department of State telegrams to the United States Mission to the European Community in Brussels
  • CA, circular airgram
  • CAS, controlled American source
  • CBA, Office of Commercial Affairs and Business Activities, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State
  • CCC, Commodity Credit Corporation
  • CDF, Office of Capital Development and Finance, Bureau for Africa, Agency for International Development
  • Cedto, series indicator for telegrams from the United States Mission to European Regional Organizations in Paris to the Department of State
  • CIA, Central Intelligence Agency
  • CIAP, Inter-American Committee of the Alliance for Progress
  • CID, Center for Industrial Development (United Nations)
  • CINC, Commander in Chief
  • CIO, Congress of Industrial Organizations
  • COCOM, Coordinating Committee for Export Controls
  • Comsec, secretary of commercial affairs (United States Foreign Service)
  • COMZEUR, Communication Zone/Europe, United States Army
  • CORDS, Civil Operations for Rural Development Support
  • CY, calendar year
  • D, Democrat
  • DAA, Deputy Assistant Administrator
  • DAC, Development Assistance Committee
  • DC, developed or developing country
  • Del, delegation
  • Deptel, Department telegram
  • DFPE, Office of Development Finance and Private Enterprise, Agency for International Development
  • DIF, Development Investment Fund
  • DL, Development Loan
  • DLF, Development Loan Fund
  • DNR, Daily News Record
  • DOD, Department of Defense
  • DREE, Department of Regional Economic Expansion (Canadian)
  • DTEC, an agency for aid coordination (Thailand)
  • E, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State
  • EA, East Asian Affairs Section, Bureau of Far East Affairs, Department of State
  • ECON, Economic Section
  • ECOSOC, Economic and Social Council (United Nations)
  • ECRB, Export Control Review Board
  • EDF, European Development Fund
  • EDO, Economic Defense Officer
  • EEC, European Economic Community
  • EFTA, European Free Trade Association
  • EIB, European Investment Bank
  • ELS, extra long staple cotton
  • ENGR, Office of Engineering, Agency for International Development
  • EPTA, Expanded Program of Technical Assistance
  • ETA, estimated time of arrival
  • EUCOM, European Command
  • EUR, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State
  • EWT, East-West Trade Division, Office of International Trade Policy, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State
  • EXCON, subject code for telegrams dealing with export controls
  • FAA, Foreign Assistance Act
  • FAC, Office of the Deputy Coordinator for Foreign Assistance, Office of the Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs
  • FAO, Food and Agriculture Organization (United Nations)
  • FAS, Foreign Agricultural Service (Department of Agriculture)
  • FD, Foodstuffs Division, Office of International Resources, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State
  • FE, Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State
  • Fodag, series indicator for telegrams to the United States representative to the Food and Agriculture Organization
  • FonMin, Foreign Minister
  • FRG, Federal Republic of Germany
  • FSO, Fund for Special Operations, Inter-American Development Bank
  • FTD, Fibers and Textiles Division, Office of International Resources, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State
  • FWA, Free World Aid Division, Office of Presidential Commissions, Department of State
  • FY, fiscal year
  • FYI, for your information
  • G, Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, Department of State
  • G/PM, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Politico-Military Affairs, Department of State
  • GA, General Assembly of the United Nations
  • GAC, General Advisory Committee
  • GATT, General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
  • GCP, General Commercial Policy Division, Office of International Trade, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State
  • GE, General Electric
  • GNP, Gross National Product
  • GOA, Government of Australia
  • GOI, Government of India
  • GOJ, Government of Japan
  • GON, Government of the Netherlands; also Government of Norway
  • GOS, Government of Sweden
  • GRC, Government of the Republic of China
  • H, Bureau of Congressional Relations, Department of State
  • HCT, High Commission Territories
  • HLM, high-level meeting
  • HMG, Her Majesty's Government
  • IADB, Inter-American Development Bank
  • IAEA, International Atomic Energy Agency
  • IBM, International Business Machines (Incorporated)
  • IBRD, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • ICAC, International Cotton Advisory Committee
  • ICD, Office of International Commodities, Office of International Resources, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State
  • ICSU, International Council of Scientific Unions
  • ICVA, International Council of Voluntary Agencies
  • ID, institutional development; also Office of Institutional Development, Bureau of African Affairs, Agency for International Development
  • IDA, International Development Association
  • IDB, Inter-American Development Bank
  • IDTH, Industrial Development, Transportation and Housing Service, Agency for International Development
  • IFC, International Finance Corporation
  • IMCO, Intergovernment Maritime Consultative Organization of the United Nations
  • IMF, International Monetary Fund
  • ISA, Office of International Security Affairs, Department of Defense
  • ISC, International Sugar Council
  • ITP, Office of International Trade Policy, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State
  • IWA, International Wheat Agreement
  • J, Office of Japanese Affairs, Office of East Asian Affairs, Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State
  • JCS, Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • KR, Kennedy Round
  • LA, Latin America
  • LDC, less developed country
  • LT, long ton
  • LTA, Long-Term Arrangement
  • MAAG, Military Assistance Advisory Group
  • MAP, Military Assistance Program
  • MdS, Montant de Soutien
  • MFN, most favored nation
  • MinAg, Minister of Agriculture
  • MITI, Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Japan)
  • NATO, North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  • NATUS, series indicator for Department of State telegrams to the United States Mission to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in Brussels
  • NOA, New Obligation Authority
  • NESA, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs, Agency for International Development
  • NSAM, National Security Action Memorandum
  • NSC, National Security Council
  • NTSC, National Television Systems Committee
  • OAS, Organization of American States
  • OAU, Organization of African Unity
  • OECD, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • OEEC, Organization for European Economic Cooperation
  • OEP, Office of Emergency Planning (White House)
  • OR, Office of International Resources, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State
  • OT, Office of International Trade, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State
  • PC, Office of Program Coordination, Agency for International Development; Presidential Commission, Department of State; and Participating Country
  • PI, Private Investment Division, Office of Development Finance and Private Enterprise, Agency for International Development
  • PL, Public Law
  • POL, political section of U.S. Embassies
  • PPD, Policy Planning Division, Office of Program Coordination, Agency for International Development
  • PSAC, President's Science Advisory Committee
  • RA, Office of Research and Analysis, Office of Technical Cooperation and Research, Agency for International Development
  • RCA, Radio Corporation of America
  • REP, Foreign Reporting Staff, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State
  • RPE, Office of Atlantic Political and Economic Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State
  • RPL, replenishment
  • S, Office of the Secretary, Department of State
  • S/P, Policy Planning Council, Department of State
  • SA, security assistance
  • SEA, Southeast Asia; also Office of Southeast Asian Affairs, Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State
  • SecGen, Secretary General
  • SECAM, Sequential Colour Avec Memoire (sequential color with memory); French color television broadcast standards system
  • SFRC, Senate Foreign Relations Committee
  • SGS, Societa Generale Semiconduttori (General Semiconductor Society, an Italian firm)
  • SID, Society for International Development
  • SOA, Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near East and Asian Affairs
  • SOV, Office of Soviet Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State
  • SPA, Office of Southwest Pacific Affairs, Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, Agency for International Development
  • SPTF, Social Progress Trust Fund (of the IADB)
  • ST, Office of Strategic Controls, United States Mission to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in Brussels
  • STR, Office of the Special Trade Representative
  • SYG, Secretary General of the United Nations
  • TA, Trade Agreements Division, Office of International Trade, Office International Trade Policy and Economic Development, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State; also, technical assistance
  • TAGG, series indicator for telegrams to the U.S. delegation to GATT sessions
  • TC, Technical Cooperation
  • TCR, Office of Technical Cooperation and Research, Agency for International Development
  • TEC, Trade Executive Committee
  • Toced, series indicator for Department of State telegrams to the United States Mission to European Regional Organizations in Paris
  • TR–4, a sophisticated TV signal recorder manufactured by RCA
  • TR–22, a sophisticated TV signal recorder manufactured by RCA
  • TRP, Tropical Products Division, Office of International Commodities, Office of International Resources, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State
  • TSC, Trade Staff Committee, Department of State
  • TSUS, Tariff Schedules of the United States
  • TVA, Tennessee Valley Authority
  • UAM, Union Africaine et Malgache (Afro-Malagasy Union)
  • UAR, United Arab Republics
  • UK, United Kingdom
  • UN, United Nations
  • UNCITRAL, United Nations Commission on International Trade Law
  • UNCTAD, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
  • UNIDO, United Nations Industrial Development Organization
  • UNOID, United Nations Organization for Industrial Development
  • USA, United States Army
  • USAFE, United States Air Force in Europe
  • USDA, United States Department of Agriculture
  • USEC, United States Mission to the European Community
  • USG, United States Government
  • USIA, United States Information Agency
  • USOECD, United States Mission to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • USRO, United States Mission to European Regional Organizations
  • USSR, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
  • UST, United States Treaties and Other International Agreements
  • V–E, Victory in Europe
  • VHF, very high frequency
  • WFP, World Food Program (United Nations)
  • WG, Working Group
  • WHO, World Health Organization (United Nations)
  • WMO, World Meteorological Organization (United Nations)
  • WP, Working Party
  • WP–3, Third Working Party, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • WSG, William S. Gaud
  • WW, Wyndham White