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  1. NIS COMMITTEE MEETING NO. 258

    meeting. 8. Suspense Items Section 37 on Chile in suspense since 11 December 1957, because of the illness ...

  2. NIS COMMITTEE MEETING NO. 276

    'Thailand 89 Chile 43i~ South ~~i~:tnam 9 0 Argentina 44 British Indonesia 91 Uruguay 44A Malaya ...

  3. ANNUAL REPORT INTER-AGENCY PROCUREMENT 1958

    i3xi,tish Qula a Canada i,412 4,056 5x468 38. Chile 76 a 76 Colombia 32 52 84 Costa Rica Cuba 22 18 4.0 ...

  4. DIVERSION CONTROL NET MEETING- 2 FEBRUARY 1954

    and more appropriate (in the case of Chile for 25X10 exam le) way of securing this information. Can ONI secure ...

  5. REPORT TO THE EDAC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ON OPERATIONS OF THE DIVERSION CONTROL NETWORK FROM JANUARY 1, 1954 TO APRIL 30, 1954

    Europe reports on East-West trade transactions. routinizing surveillance of copper movements from Chile ...

  6. MINUTES OF NIS CHAPTER IX SUBCOMMITTEE MEETING, 24 AUGUST 1959

    6_-i_ Aug 61 56A Kenya and Zanzibar Apr 61 Nov 61 Protectorate 89 Chile may 61 Jan 62 42M Thailand jury ...

  7. COMMUNIST ECONOMIC PENETRATION OF WEST

    CIA-RDP62SO0545A000100090052-0 1. Brazil concerned large coffee surpluses. 2. Chile.falling copper prices, Uruguay- wool. 3. ...

  8. COMMUNIST ECONOMIC PENETRATION OF WEST

    aspirations, marketing difficulties a. Brazil accumulating large coffee surpluses. Chile concerned falling ...

  9. Celebration of Soviet National Day November 7, 1953

    who were them. Co Chile this Embassy has for some time been of the opinion that there is an observable trend ...

  10. ORR DIARY, 15 APRIL 1952

    ~POi~PS OF COPPER FRO:,T (th~$y three princxp~l.;,m3.rain; companies 3.ra CHILE. (3~l/2 hrs) 25X1A pr} ...

  11. ORR DIARY, 15 APRIL 1952

    OF ISI:IGi R.EGARDITIG Exb'Oi~CS OF COFPI~ FRA:: the ttirce princ~.ga~.:ominin compana~.es in CHILE ...

  12. PERU-RAILROADS

    a few miles into Chile, is not subject to any operating agreements, Operations are entirely under Peruvian ...

  13. ORR DIARY, 31 JULY 1952

    of another CIA Office called onMIIMF(101F) to inquire about-STATUS OF COPPER IN CHILE. (,3A, tir 30 Jul ...

  14. ESTIMATE OF OVERSEAS OPERATIONAL FLIGHT EXPENSES FOR FY-70 (Sanitized)

    ever, U-2R assets are referred to in paragraph 2c.(1). b. Argentina and Chile Coverage: (1) A single ...

  15. DULLES BROTHERS COPE WITH REDS FROM SUNNY, DARK SIDES OF STREET

    with the financing of Germany, Norway, Poland, Denmark, France, Argen- = tina,; Uruguay, Chile, and Colom- bia.) ...

  16. PRIVATE DEALER DOES A BRISK BUSINESS IN SURPLUS ARMAMENTS

    study The sale to Argentin in January said::prorated Chile, which has al "In Europe, American arms ...

  17. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

    in Chile, appeared in 1965. James P. Harrison is Preceptor of Oriental Studies and a doctoral candidate ...

  18. COMMUNIST AGGRESSION AGAINST HUNGARY AND TIBET

    L ttr> n cKOrts is Chile by.heip~ t0 plan btaH centers fou? child Oal'e CealIIlnj tlvely low budget ...

  19. (UNTITLED)

    and 17 other hemisphere countries was cancelled. Delegates from Argentina. Brazil, Chile, Peru, Colombia. ...

  20. ALLEN-SCOTT REPORT

    Egypt, Chile, Venezuela, Mexico and, Uru- guay. Last year Congress, over strenuous administration opposi- ...

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