Attitude of the United States regarding Brazilian trade controls and tax measures, with special reference to the application of the Trade Agreement of 1935 1

1. For previous documentation on Brazilian trade control methods, see Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. vii, pp. 650 ff.


[563] The Chargé in Brazil ( Donnelly ) to the Secretary of State

632.006/1–245: Telegram


[564] The Secretary of State to the Chargé in Brazil ( Donnelly )

632.006/1–245: Telegram


[565] The Chargé in Brazil ( Donnelly ) to the Secretary of State

632.006/1–2245: Telegram


[566] The Chargé in Brazil ( Donnelly ) to the Secretary of State

632.116/1–2345: Telegram


[567] The Acting Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Brazil ( Berle )

632.116/1–2345: Telegram


[568] The Ambassador in Brazil ( Berle ) to the Secretary of State

632.116/1–2945


[570] The Ambassador in Brazil ( Berle ) to the Secretary of State

832.512/5–1445


[571] The Ambassador in Brazil ( Berle ) to the Secretary of State

632.116/5–1545


[572] The Ambassador in Brazil ( Berle ) to the Secretary of State

832.512/5–1945


[573] The Acting Secretary of State to the Diplomatic Representatives in the American Republics

800.24/6–1545: Circular telegram


[574] The Ambassador in Brazil ( Berle ) to the Secretary of State

800.24/8–245: Telegram


[575] The Ambassador in Brazil ( Berle ) to the Secretary of State

800.24/8–2345: Telegram


[576] The Acting Secretary of State to the Diplomatic Representatives in the American Republics

611.009/9–2445: Circular airgram


[577] The Acting Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Brazil ( Berle )

611.3231/10–545


[578] The Chargé in Brazil ( Daniels ) to the Secretary of State

632.006/12–2945: Telegram