Sugar Stabilization Act of 1978: Hearings Before the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 12486

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U.S. Government Print., 1978 - 540 pages

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Page 226 - Assistant for the Milk Industry Foundation and the International Association of Ice Cream Manufacturers.
Page 204 - That any rate and quota limitation so established shall be modified If the President finds and proclaims that such modification Is required or appropriate to give effect to the above considerations; and...
Page 287 - Because of its location and its relations with South Africa, it is considered a bridge between the other African states and the Republic of South Africa. I repeat: Swaziland offers a clear example of the ability of the blacks and whites to live and work together on an equal and progressive basis.
Page 398 - Developing countries can resist the encroachment of Communist takeover only if they possess economic and political stability. As the President stated to Congress last year, "The future of the United States will be affected by the ability of developing nations to overcome poverty, achieve healthy growth, and provide more secure lives for their people. We wish to join with other nations in combining our efforts, knowledge, and resources to help poorer countries overcome the problems of hunger, disease,...
Page 398 - ... Our own concern for these values will naturally influence our relations with the countries of this hemisphere and throughout the world. You will find this country, the United States of America, eager to stand beside those nations which respect human rights and which promote democratic, ideals. Third is our desire to press forward on the great issues which affect the relations between the developed and the developing nations.
Page 334 - ... substantial cause of serious injury or threat thereof to the domestic industry producing an article like or directly competitive with the imported article (19 USC 2251-2254).
Page 471 - It Is also highly desirable to continue the policy, which was inherent in the Jones-Costigan Act, of effectuating the principle that an industry which desires the protection afforded by a quota system, or a tariff, should be expected to guarantee that it will be a good employer. I recommend, therefore, that the prevention of child labor, and the payment of wages of not less than minimum standards, be included among the conditions for receiving a Federal payment...
Page 471 - ... is made shall have been paid in full for all such work, and shall have been paid wages therefor at rates not less than those that may be determined by the Secretary to be fair and reasonable after investigation and due notice and opportunity for public hearing; and in making such determinations the Secretary shall take into consideration the standards therefor formerly established by him under the Agricultural Adjustment Act, as amended, and the differences in conditions among various producing...
Page 20 - States a sum equal to three times the current market value of such excess, which forfeiture shall be recoverable in a civil suit brought in the name of the United States.
Page 444 - Workers 14 and 15 years of age and full-time students when employed on a time basis. For workers 14 and 15 years of age and, where the Secretary of Labor has by certificate or order provided for the employment of full-time students 14 years of age or older on a part-time basis (not...

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