Interest of the United States in the Buffer Stock Scheme of the International Tin Regulation Committee1
1. The International Tin Regulation Committee was set up under an agreement signed March 2, 1931, extended by agreements signed October 27, 1933, and January 7, 1937. For texts of the tin agreements, see International Labour Office, Intergovernmental Commodity Control Agreements (Montreal, 1943), pp. 73 ff.; also see British Cmd. 4825 (1935), and Cmd. 5879 (1938): Papers Relating to the International Tin, Control Scheme.
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 The British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Halifax) to the American Ambassador in the United Kingdom (Kennedy)
 Memorandum of Conversation, by Mr. Roy Veatch of the Office of the Adviser on International Economic Affairs