In a recent editorial, The Journal of Commerce suggested that the Massachusetts Port Authority's pla
WITH AN APPARENT NEW TIGHTENING of monetary policy likely to lead to higher interest rates, the Fede
ENCOURAGING LOCAL ENTREPRENEURS to take over and restore the failing branch lines of major railroad
Tensions between the United States and Japan have increased steadily during the past two decades. Mu
In spite of their best efforts to run mindless, superficial campaigns, the presidential candidates a
THE MASSIVE ANTITRUST SUIT that shook the insurance industry two weeks ago once again demonstrates t
DETROIT'S AUTOMAKERS, it seems, can never get enough protection. After seven straight years of quota
Truck Group Resents

Price Fixer LabelIn his vituperative letter to the editor (March 22), Ro
Preshipment inspection programs have added a new and dangerous element to the international trading
There is an uneasy chill in the air this spring in Sweden.

Economists are forecasting stormy
AGAINST VERY LARGE ODDS, the huge House-Senate trade bill conference wrapped up virtually all of it
(At the beginning of the rainy season each year, this is published to encourage those who never use
In an editorial that appeared on this page on March 17, The Journal of Commerce was critical of cust
LAST WEEK WAS A BAD ONE for Rep. Richard Gephardt, D-Mo.

Not only did he end his bid for the