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|Statement||Issued in co-operation with the American council, Institute of Pacific relations.|
|Contributions||Institute of Pacific Relations. American Council|
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|Pagination||xvi, 204 p. tables (1 fold.) diagrs.|
|Number of Pages||204|
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ByThe United States had 7, vessels moving 2, tons of merchandise. July 7,Daily Alta California, San Francisco The general shipping and commission business of San Francisco is one of great magnitude and vast importance; in fact, the welfare of the coast is in a great measure dependent upon it.InPacific received five ft.
President class ships from the United States Shipping Board for transpacific operation. Inthe US Shipping board decided to place the five ships up for bid and Dollar Shipping Company won the bid.
With no large ships for the transpacific operations Grace sold the Pacific Mail, its registered name. Historically, container shipping volume is a good barometer of the world’s economy health, though the threat of tariffs during the U.S.-China trade war of the past two years weakened that.