GREAT BRITAIN'S SHIPPING INDUSTRY is becoming alarmed at the prospect of a shortage of deck officers
I was intrigued by Professor Wallace's piece, "Looking at the Wrong Numbers," (JofC, Feb. 3) because
The battle over U.S. textiles and apparel trade policy is about to be rejoined.

Its outcome
To eliminate the trade deficit and service our debt, we must lower costs of production relative to p
EVERYBODY TALKS ABOUT IT, but nobody does anything about it. That observation about the weather, pro
WILL THE REAL RONALD REAGAN please stand up? The figure on television Wednesday night dispelled any
ENCOURAGING INTEREST in the sorry plight of the U.S.-flag merchant marine has been displayed in the
STEPHEN BERGER, executive director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, has come up wit
While much of the new federal wiretap act is confusing, one thing is clear: it establishes a lower l
The finance ministers and central bank governors of the larger industrial countries met in Paris ove
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By now probably most people in the financial community have caught up with the fact that the United
As it was first proposed in September 1985, the rewrite of Title III of the Omnibus Crime Control a
For many months many conservative political analysts in Japan have expressed fears that Prime Minis