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  1. CONDITIONS IN THE SARKANAIS METALURGE PLANT, LIEPAJA: MANAGEMENT/MATERIALS/STATE OF EQUIPMENT/PLANS, NORMS AND INCENTIVES/WORKERS' BENEFITS/LABOR DISCIPLINE

    industries-. Sometimes a department gill be told that its norm has been raised 50%,P.chile other persona ...

  2. PROGRESS REPORT FOR APRIL 1951

    1300 900 4. That Hass Sseriss 15 *2*. 15 100 5. Chile Ham Mervin 1 hr. 15 ads. 15 Pros Sevin awe. ilo ...

  3. PROGRESS REPORT FOR JUNE 1951

    11w. 11 min, 15 900 400 Rome Services 2 hrs. 10 dn. 20 Press Service 6 bre. 30 miss 50 903 700 4. Chile ...

  4. PROGRESS REPORT FOR JULY 1951

    genies End" Hem Service-4..2hro, $0 rdn. Preen Sorvise 6 bro. 30 atm 4.: Chile Mae Santee 1 I*, 10 ...

  5. FBID PROGRESS REPORT FOR MARCH 1964

    Paul Smith, USRO Chile Desk LA/VC Nicosia, Cyprus AID State MD U.S IS Nicosia, Cyprus FBIS Nicosia, ...

  6. AFRICAN SOURCELINES

    e.g. Santiago Chile, Santiago Cuba. 2. The present usage apparently was authorized at the request ...

  7. PROGRESS REPORT FOR APRIL 1951

    as-3 Mew Orade,Iitle Effective Date Asst, Chile, Editorial 15 April 1951 Broach' 034.2 ...

  8. PROGRESS REPORT FOR MAY 1951

    15:in. 5 5. Chile It Sadao $5 this. 10 Press Berta 2 bra. so 1203 6. China (Casomist) Hass Servise 3 bre. ...

  9. OFFICE OF REPORTS AND ESTIMATES, CIA FAR EAST/PACIFIC BRANCH INTELLIGENCE HIGHLIGHTS WEEK OF 20 JANUARY- 26 JANUARY 1948

    and the minority inclined toward further attempts to mediate. "Chile President Roxes undoUbtedly stated ...

  10. THE PROSPECTS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA

    Czechoslovakia Poland Canada New Zealand Egypt Rumania Chile Nicaragua Denmark Sweden Colombia Panama Finland ...

  11. AFRICAN GROUP VOTING BEHAVIOR IN THE UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY

    focus on violati? ons by "pariah" states, such as Israel, South Africa, and Chile. Several ...

  12. ADDRESS OF THE CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

    07-12-1988 PAGE: 1 H PHONE SCHEDULER SENATORS CHILES Lawton CR4ST0N Alan HE Chic PACKWOOD Bob Total: 4 g- ...

  13. WEEKLY SUMMARY #87

    industrial activity. Principal suppliers were Chile and Mexico; other suppliers included Belgium, ...

  14. ESTIMATE OF THE WORLD SITUATION THROUGH 1955

    interests will probably be strongest in Argen- tina, Bolivia, Chile, Guatemala, and possibly Brazil. ...

  15. REMARKS BY MR. RUSSELL S. MCCLURE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY AT THE WORLD AFFAIRS WEEK, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON EUGENE, OREGON

    in Latin America, especially in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay, local Communists are more active ...

  16. ADDRESS BY GENERAL C. P. CABELL DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE TO THE NATIONAL SECURITY COMMISSION-COMMITTEE MEETINGS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA

    and these societies are particularly active in Chile, Cuba, Mexico Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay. For leaders of Latin ...

  17. FBID PROGRESS REPORT FOR DECEMBER 1964

    and press coverage of Argentina, Chile, Mexico, and Peru. Panama was authorized to recruit two Panamanian ...

  18. PROBABLE DEVELOPMENTS IN BOLIVIA

    Its long-range aspiration to re-acquire a Pacific port has occasionally caused strained relations with Chile ...

  19. PROBABLE DEVELOPMENTS IN ARGENTINA

    Argentina has signed "economic union" pacts with Paraguay, Chile, and Ecua- dor, any significant ...

  20. MONTHLY WARNING REPORTS FOR OCTOBER 1988

    to Americans in the country. Chile The Chilean political landscape remains fluid in the wake of the government ...

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