2 edition of Shipping subsidies and bounties found in the catalog.
Shipping subsidies and bounties
|Statement||by John Codman.|
|Series||Reform Club series ;, 7|
|Contributions||YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||YA 17086|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||96190537|
Publication: New York, N.Y.: H.W. Wilson,  Series: Reference shelf ; v. 1, no. 8 Format/Description: Book cover-title, p. ; 20 cm. Subjects: Shipping. History Early history. The maritime history of the United States goes back to the first successful English colony was established in , on the James River at languished for decades until a new wave of settlers arrived in the late 17th century and set up commercial agriculture based on exports of tobacco to England.
Democrats Should Steal Trump's Thunder on Trade outlining the need for our government to foster new industries through “bounties” (subsidies) Parts of this were rewritten from my book. (a) The removal of duties on materials. — (b) Sufficient mail subsidies to American-built ships: American Navigation, p. — (c) A change in taxation from the principal invested in ships to net profits. _____ SHIPPING SUBSIDIES. Question: ‘Resolved, That the United States should establish a system of shipping subsidies.’ Brief for the.
So this is a debate where, actually -- and it happens when we have reasonable people on the stage with a complex topic, that there is a sort of big middle ground, because this team is arguing that they want to eliminate all subsidies, but some subsidies are good -- not all subsidies. An additional duty imposed to offset export grants, bounties or subsidies paid to foreign suppliers in certain countries by the government of that country for the purpose of promoting export. Cross Member. Transverse members fitted to the bottom side rails of a container, which support the floor. Cu. An abbreviation for “Cubic.”.
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Filed under: Shipping bounties and subsidies. Shipping and shipbuilding subsidies. A study of state aid to the shipping and shipbuilding industries in various countries of the world, (Washington, United States.
Govt. Print. Off., ), by Jesse Edwin Saugstad (page images at HathiTrust). Filed under: Shipping bounties and subsidies -- United States Alternative Approaches to Cargo Policy: A Supplement to an Assessment of Maritime Trade and Technology (), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment (PDF files at Princeton).
History Of Shipping Subsidies [Royal Meeker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pagesCited by: 7.
The Ship Subsidy Question in United States Politics Marguerite Miller McKee Department of history of Smith college, - Shipping bounties and subsidies - 60 pages. Shipping subsidies and the balance of payments. [J E Hawkins] Book: All Authors / Contributors: J Shipping subsidies and bounties book Hawkins.
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Shipping bounties and subsidies. United States. More like this: Similar Items. Excerpt from Manual of Ship Subsidies: An Historical Summary of the Systems of All Nations Ship subsidies are in various forms: premiums on con struction of vessels; navigation bounties; trade bounties; fishing bounties; postal subsidies for the carriage of ocean mails; naval subventions; Government loans on low rates of interest.5/5(1).
Free kindle book and epub digitized and Author: Bacon, Edwin M. (Edwin Monroe), Title: Manual of Ship Subsidies An Historical Summary of the Systems of All Nations Language: English: LoC Class: HE: Social sciences: Transportation and communications: Subject: Shipping bounties and subsidies Category: Text: EBook-No.
Release. The American Year Book, American Year Book, ) he reviewed the general subject of State bounties and subsidies to shipping in various maritime countries, and closed with this pointed declaration: "It is deserving of serious consideration whether, under the circumstances as given, German shipping and German commerce can hope.
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Modern shipping subsidies are used to build economic heft rather than military might. Governments like shipping due to the knock-on effects of.
Read this book on Questia. The purpose of the study was to determine the economic value of the United States merchant marine. The subject was defined to exclude the industry's military value even though it is one important justification of governmental support of the industry.
Shipping Bounties And Subsidies--United States; Table of. England has encouraged shipping by liberal subsidies, and through this means has built up lines of steamers to all parts of the world.
She has awarded liberal contracts to her shipyards for the construction of war ships and transports in order to encourage the extension of private shipyards. A list of books (with references to periodicals) on mercantile marine subsidies / comp.
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The intent of this little book is to furnish in compact form the history of the development of the ship subsidies systems of the maritime nations of the world, and an outline of the present laws or regulations of those nations. It is a manual of facts and not of opinions. The author's aim has been to present impartially the facts as they appear, without color or prejudice, with a view to.
Sea Transport of the Nations: Japanese Shipping () By William Cochrane of launching a big scheme of shipping subsidies modelled on the French and Italian schemes.
It aimed at getting the Merchant Service more ships of reasonable size and speed. Bounties, therefore, were given of so much per gross ton for every thousand miles steamed by.
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Rice exports were partially enumerated; exports destined for southern Europe could be shipped directly, but those for northern Europe required passage through Britain.
This limited the adverse impact of these regulations on the prices received by planters in South Carolina. Other exports benefited from British bounties (subsidies).Brand: University of Chicago Press.
It is admitted that the giving of bounties is generally impolitic, though they may sometimes be justified as a measure of state. The most striking modern example of a bounty was that on sugar (q.v.). Somewhat akin to bounties are the subsidies granted to shipping (q.v.) by many countries. Bounties or, as they may equally well be termed, grants.