Issue 24 and Volume 57.

INCREASING AMERICAN EXPORT TRADE. The visit of the Honorary Commercial Commissioners from the Republic of China to this country is regarded as destined to have an important advantage bearing on America’s export trade just as was the recent conference of Pan-American representatives at Washington, D. C., these two occurrences being calculated to have the effect of bringing the American merchant in closer touch with the markets of South America and China. A forecast of the results to be looked for from the Chinese Commissioners’ visit was seen on their departure from New York, the members of the Chinese commission saying and their statements were strengthened by William C. Breed, chairman of the Mayor’s committee to welcome the distinguished visitors, that their eight days’ stay in New York had been of inestimable value in promoting cordial trade relations between China and the United States, and that its immediate effect had been…

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