The Domestic International Sales Corporation Act has encouraged exports of United States' products without destructive economic effects outside the country to warrant keeping the Act in effect. The author proposes that its use has been of sufficient value to justify Congressional extension of the life of the Act.
Bruce William Feuchter,
The United States Domestic International Sales Corporation: An Analysis of Its Objectives and Effects,
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