112. Editorial Note

On November 17, the President restored most-favored-nation status to Poland. In a press release that day, the White House in Augusta, Georgia, announced the President had restored the most-favored-nation rates of duty to imports from Poland effective December 16, a trading status that had been suspended January 5, 1952. For text of the press release and the text of the letter to the Secretary of the Treasury of November 16, which stated the President’s decision, see Department of State Bulletin, December 5, 1960, pages 863–864. Documentation on the decision to restore most-favored-nation status to Poland is in Department of State, Central Files 611.48 and 411.4841.