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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, 1919
(1919)

Ecuador,   pp. 171-200 PDF (10.0 MB)


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FOREIGN RELATIONS, 1919, VOLUME II
standing that no differences exist at present between the Government
and the Railroad?
Department's instruction No. 225 of October 24 [4].
You will request an answer from the Ecuadoran Government at
its earliest convenience.
POLK
422.11G93/1062: Telegram
The Minister in Ecuador (Hartman) to the Secretary of State
QUITO, December 30, 1919, 11 a.m.
[Received January 1, 1920, 11.30 a.m.]
Department's December 27, 11 a.m. Mr. Norton says that no com-
plaints have been made to railway officials, that administration of
railroad is not now upon an economic basis and that salary budgets
in force have been accepted by the Government commission.
The only present differences are failure of Ecuadorean Govern-
ment to make interest remittances and to pay the money for new
engines and other railway equipment required in modus operandi."
Note requesting answer from Ecuadorean Government at its earli-
est convenience delivered yesterday.
HARTMAN
CONVENTION WITH THE UNITED STATES FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT
OF AN INTERNATIONAL GOLD-CLEARANCE FUND
(See volume I, page 42, footnote 42.)
4Modus vivendi summarized on p. 183.


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