The Making of United States International Economic Policy: Principles, Problems, and Proposals for Reform

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Acronyms
AID Agency for International Development
ATP Advanced Technology Program
CBO Congressional Budget Office
CCC Commodity Credit Corporation (Agriculture Department)
CEA Council of Economic Advisers
CEP Council on Economic Policy
CFEP Council on Foreign Economic Policy
CIA Central Intelligence Agency
CIEC Conference on International Economic Cooperation
CIEP Council on International Economic Policy
CRS Congressional Research Service
DARPA Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
DCC Development Coordination Committee
DICP Department of International Commercial Policy (as proposed in this book)
DIT Department of Industry and Technology (as proposed in this book)
E/B Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs (State Department)
EC European Community
EEC European Economic Community
EMS European Monetary System
EPA Environmental Protection Agency
EPB Economic Policy Board
EPC Economic Policy Council

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