Senate Bill 144 is designed to "encourage exports by facilitating the formation and operation of export trading companies, export trade associations, and the expansion of export trade services generally." The author briefly discusses the current state of the law and the need for an amendment of the Webb-Pomerene Act. The provisions of S. 144 are compared with the Webb Pomerene Act and the article concludes with a discussion of the potential ramifications of the proposed legislation.
Daniel T. Murphy,
The Export Trade Association Act of 1981--A Brief Analysis,
4 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 399
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