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  1. CURRENT INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1955/01/16

    in the past two years. The youth festival was originally sched- uled to be held in Santiago, Chile, in October ... until January 1955. The Ibanez administration in Chile forbade holding the festival in Santiago on the grounds ... festival was originally sched- uled to be held in Santiago, Chile, in October 1954 and was later 16 Jan 55- ... 2019/09/17 C02989047 l LJL 1\L4 I postponed until January 1955. The Ibanez a,dminis4:ra.tion in Chile forbade ...

  2. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1961/06/05

    which recently visited Brazil and Chile and is now in Argentina is arousing interest, particularly in business ... initial re- luctance to admit the group. Brazil and Chile plan to send trade missions, and Brazil may sign ... 1Il rgen na overcame e oreign mi rys 1 re- luctance to admit the group. Brazil and Chile plan to send ...

  3. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1959/12/08

    had sharp repercussions in Chile and led to concurrent Peruvian-Chilean proposals for cooperation among West ... and may revive a destructive arma- ments race among Peru and its neighbors. Chile has been of- fered ... had sharp repercussions i.n Chile and led to concurrent Peruvian-Chilean proposals for cooperation among ...

  4. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1958/06/18

    in selected Asian countries and in Egypt and Chile. Foreign Minister Fujiyama has announced that he vill visit ... in Burma, Indonesia, India, Egypt, and Chile, utilizing Japanese funds and tech- nical services. Kishi ... Egypt, and Chile, utilizing Japanese funds and tech- nical services. Kishi has announced that he favors ...

  5. CURRENT INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1954/01/30

    The ambassador apparently believes that the United States will begin to purchase Chile's copper stocks ... States will begin to purchase Chile's copper stocks as soon as a new copper bill has been presented ...

  6. CURRENT INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1953/10/11

    at Rome (page 10). LATIN AMERICA 12. Copper strike threatened in Chile (page 1.0). 11 Oct 53 3.5(c) 3.5(c) ... strike threatened in Chile (page 1_0).-2- TOP CRET 11°“? Approved for Release: 2019/07/10 C02869428 ... tive.- LATIN AMERICA 12. Copper strike threatened in Chile: t The Copper Confederation workers ... at the 3-3(h)(2) American-owned mines in northern Chile have called a strike for 12 October unless the companies ...

  7. CURRENT INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1952/04/25

    Office official mentioned the possibility of an additional coup. Chile and Peru fear that any new ... Foreign Office official mentioned the possibility of an additional coup. Chile and Peru fear that any new ...

  8. CURRENT INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1952/02/22

    exported, were shipped from Chile to questionable European consignees or to consignees not listed on export ... from Chile to questionable European consignees or to consignees not listed on export records for delivery ...

  9. CURRENT INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1952/12/07

    would reduce by about one third the Orbit's estimated annual copper deficit. Chile could supply 1, 000 ... the 0rbit's estimated annual copper deficit.- Chile could supply 1, 000 metric tons of copper a month, ...

  10. CURRENT INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1954/03/12

    and Chile--are scheduled to meet on 13 March in Rio de Janeiro to seek a solution to the dispute.- 6- TOP 12 Mar ... States, Argentina, Brazil, and Chile--are scheduled to meet on 13 March in Rio de Janeiro to seek ...

  11. CURRENT INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1954/01/27

    Ibanez has reiterated that Chile will continue to respect its international commitments in prohibiting ... month President Ibanez has reiterated that Chile will continue to respect its international commitments ...

  12. CURRENT INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1954/12/19

    political situation: President Ibanez of Chile is not likely to attempt to close Congress and rule ... political situation: President Ibanez of Chile is not likely to attempt to close Congress and rule ' ...

  13. CURRENT INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1954/02/02

    Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay are par- ticularly sensitive on the question of United States ... of the inter- American system. Mexico, Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay are par- ticularly sensitive ...

  14. CURRENT INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1952/10/09

    o. b. San Antonio, Chile. 3.3(h)(2) 3.3(h)(2) 3.3(h)(2) 5 TOP RET Approved for Release: 2019/05/28 ...

  15. CURRENT INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1954/04/17

    are Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Comment: An Indian proposal now ...

  16. CURRENT INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1956/01/06

    CHILEAN LABOR CALLS GENERAL STRIKE Leaders of Chile's dominant labor con- federation, CUTCH, ...

  17. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1958/08/02

    offers Iceland support. Chile- President Ibanez likely to sign bill revoking ban on Commu- nist ... permission for a "courtesy" naval visit to IcelancLabout 1 September. Chile: Congres voted on 31 ... support.._ " km Chile- President Ibanez likely to___-__-.__¢ ’___I p 1' l- sign bill revoking ban ... visit to "- Ice land about 1 September. \ Chile: Congress voted on 31 July to abrogate a ten-year- ...

  18. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1959/09/21

    hoped to retain support or to win over several countries-- Cuba, Chile, Uruguay, and Venezuela--which ... tain support in the UN or to win over several countries--such as Cuba; Chile, Uruguay, ... where Paris had particu- larly hoped to retain support or to win over several countries-- Cuba, Chile ... over several countries--such as Cuba, Chile, Uruguay, and Venezuela--which had indicated. they would probably ...

  19. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1960/08/24

    and Chile--saw the resolution as a victory not only over Trujillo, however, but also over the United States. ... � Mexico and Chile responded immediately to the OAS resolu- tion by breaking diplomatic relations ... T Venezuela, and Chile--saw the resolution as a victory not only over Trujillo, however, but also ... over the United States.- Mexico and Chile responded immediately to the OAS resolu- tion by breaking diplomatic ...

  20. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN- 1960/07/25

    to be com- pletely Communist dominated, youth groups in Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and other countries ... which has led important youth organizations in Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and other countries to boycott it. ... Because the congress is likely to be com- c pletely Communist dominated, youth groups in Peru, Bolivia,_ Chile ... in Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and other countries to boycott it. Nevertheless, youth delegations, however ...

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