Export Prices and Export Cartels (Webb-Pomerene Associations)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Letter of transmittalIX
ForewordXIII
PART I
CHAPTER I
Statement of the problem3
The suggestion in the President's monopoly message3
Scope and limits of the study4
Relation of different export and domestic prices to the monopoly problem4
CHAPTER II
Earlier Studies of Export Pricing Policies7
CHAPTER III
Scope of the Field Study12
CHAPTER IV
Problems Involved in Comparing Domestic and Export Prices16
CHAPTER V
Comparison of Export and Domestic Price Policies29
Group I. Cases of higher export than domestic prices31
Group II. Cases of export prices equal to domestic prices36
Group III. Cases of lower export than domestic prices44
CHAPTER VI
The Economic Factors Determining Export Price Policy63
Export prices higher than domestic prices63
Volume of trade at higher than domestic prices67
Export prices equal to domestic prices68
Export prices lower than domestic prices70
1.
Why price concessions are granted70
2.
Factors in foreign markets which necessitate lower export prices72
3.
Why domestic prices are higher74
a.
Monopoly aspects of the problem74
b.
The influence of tariffs74
c.
The selling problem in the domestic and foreign markets82
4.
Other factors influencing export price policy84
CHAPTER VII
Conclusions91
PART II
Foreword 97
Introductory 99

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