1959 Proc. Inst. on Priv. Inv. Abroad i (1959)

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THE SOUTHWESTERN LEGAL FOUNDATION
Dallas, Texas



Proceedings of


The 1959 Institute

on

Priuate Inuestments Abroad




    Papers on the problems of United States investors in foreign
    countries, including foreign and domestic taxation, antitrust, patents
    and trademarks, and expropriation problems, presented at the
    five-day Institute on Private Investments Abroad, held June 22-26,
    1959, at the Southwestern Legal Center, Dallas, Texas. The articles
    printed here have been expanded by their authors beyond their
    original lecture form, and enjoy the advantage of footnote citations,
    a general index, and other helpful addenda. Readers are reminded
    that the views expressed herein represent those of each individual
    author, and are not necessarily the views of the Southwestern Legal
    Foundation or the publisher.
    This Institute was presented as a part of the educational program
    of The Southwestern Legal Foundation, under the direction of
    DR. ANDREW R. CECIL, Vice President and Educational Director.



    Editor in Chief
    ROBERT A. WILSON
       Vice President and Director of Research,
       The Southwestern Legal Foundation







                               1959


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