VI. The Question of Belgian Restrictions Placed on Imports from the Dollar Area (the Sixth Session of the Contracting Parties to GATT)
Another question of close interest to the United States at the Sixth Session of the Contracting Parties of GATT and on which the United States took a vigorous initiative was the matter of Belgian restrictions placed on imports from the dollar area.
 Memorandum of Telephone Conversation, by the Assistant Chief of the Commercial Policy Staff (Weiss)
[Received October 9—2:23 p. m.1]
 The Acting Administrator of the Economic Cooperation Administration (Bissell) to the Office of the Special Representative in Europe, at Paris
ECA Message Files, FRC Accession 53A278: Telegram
 The Acting Deputy Special Representative in Europe (Riddleberger) to the European Cooperation Administration
 Document Prepared in the Department of State for the National Advisory Council Staff Committee
Master file of the documents of the National Advisory Council on International Monetary and Financial Problems for the years 1945–1958, as maintained by the Bureau of Economic Affairs of the Department of State.
 The Acting Administrator of the Economic Cooperation Administration (Bissell) to the Embassy in France
ECA Message Files, FRC Accession 53A278, Paris Torep File: Telegram
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