Globe and Hemisphere: Latin America's Place in the Postwar Foreign Relations of the United States

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List of Tables
1. Investments of United States Capital in Latin America, End of 1897 Page 32
2. Distribution of the Major Investments of United States Citizens in Latin America, End of 189733
3. Investments of United States Capital in Latin America, End of 191434
4. Investments of United States Citizens in Latin America, End of 1914 (Distribution)38
5. Investments of United States Capital in Latin America, End of 193039
6. Direct Investments of United States Citizens in Latin America, End of 192941
7. Investments of United States Capital in Latin America, End of December, 1930, and End of May, 194343
8. Number of Enterprises Controlled by United States Citizens Operating in Latin America, 1929, 1940, and 194345
9. Yields of Some Profitable Enterprises Owned by United States Citizens in Latin America50
10. Income Received by United States Citizens from Direct Investments in Latin America, 194352
11. Long-Term Dollar Issues of Latin-American Government Bonds Marketed by Investment Bankers of the United States, 1920-193054
12. Gross Profits of American Bankers on Latin-American Dollar Government Bonds, 1920-193056
13. Latin-American Dollar Government Issues in Default, End of 193462
14. Latin-American Government Dollar Issues in Default, End of 194564
15. Ownership of Latin-American Dollar Bonds, End of 194566

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