This note will examine the potential conflict between United States'antitrust policy and United States' foreign policy in Latin America. As background, Part II will provide a brief discussion of the United States' foreign policy objective in Latin America. In Part III, the discussion will turn to the most likely context for conflict-the potentials of the American corporation for advancing that foreign policy objective. Part IV will illustrate how the possibility of extra-territorial application of United States' antitrust laws gives rise to the potential for conflict between those laws and the United States' foreign policy in Latin America. Part V will examine the most likely context for conflict and determine whether a conflict actually exists. Finally, Part VI will define the nature of the actual conflict and suggest a resolution.
James H. Hancock,
Notes: The Role of the American Corporation in the Economic Development of Latin America:,
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