VII. United States "Escape Clause" Actions under Article XIX of the General Agreement (1950–1951) and Section 7 of the Trade Agreements Extension Act of 1951 (1951–1952); the President's Report to the Congress on Trade Agreement Escape Clauses, January 10, 1952

Editorial Note

The first “escape clause” action by the United States under the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade began in 1950.


[676] The Acting Secretary of State to the United States Delegation to the Torquay Conference

394.31/10–650: Telegram


[677] The Secretary of State to the United States Delegation to the Torquay Conference

394.31/10–950: Telegram


[679] The Secretary of State to the United States Delegation to the Torquay Conference

394.31/10–1650: Telegram


[686] The Secretary of State to the United States Delegation to the Torquay Conference

394.31/3–1351: Telegram


[691] The Acting Secretary of State to the Embassy in Belgium

394.31/11–2751: Telegram


[692] The Ambassador in Italy (Dunn) to the Secretary of State

394.31/11–2951: Telegram


[693] The Chargé in the Netherlands (Trimble) to the Secretary of State

394.31/11–2951: Telegram


[694] The Ambassador in France (Bruce) to the Secretary of State

394.31/11–3051: Telegram


[695] The Chargé in Belgium (Millard) to the Secretary of State

394.31/11–3051: Telegram


[696] The Chargé in Belgium (Millard) to the Secretary of State

394.31/12–351: Telegram


[697] The Acting Secretary of State to the Embassy in Belgium

394.31/12–451


[699] The Secretary of State to the Embassy in Italy

394.31/12–1751: Telegram


[700] The Chargé in Belgium (Millard) to the Secretary of State

394.31/12–1751: Telegram


[701] The Secretary of State to the Embassy in Belgium

394.31/12–1751: Telegram


[702] The Chargé in Belgium (Millard) to the Secretary of State

394.31/12–2151: Telegram


[703] The Ambassador in Italy (Dunn) to the Secretary of State

394.31/12–2251: Telegram