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5 [[column 1]] the source of the new capital, including the reinvestment of earnings of a foreign organization. The term is to include the expansion of existing facilities of a foreign organization as well as the establishment of a new foreign organization. 2. In listing the proposed new foreign investment projects, they are to be grouped by geographic area and by type of business. The latter grouping (type of business) shall distinguish between major activities, such as distributing organizations, manufacturing, mining, financing, etc. D. PART B.-SHIPMENTS, EMPLOYMENT AND WELFARE EXPENDITURES OF ALLIED FOREIGN ORGANIZATIONS 1. Item 3.-Value of shipments (in United States dollars) grouped by country and by type of business of the foreign organization. a. Round value of shipments to the nearest $1,000. b. Estimated approximate percent of total capacity represented by total sales should be shown to the nearest 5 percent. Capacity should be based on what the reporting organization ordinarily regards as the maximum production that could have been attained in 1950 with the existing facilities. 2. Item 4. -Foreign employment grouped by country and by type of business. a. Enter the figures available at the reporter’s home office. If accurate book figures are not available, enter the best estimate available at the reporter’s office. If estimates are entered, so indicate on the form. 3. Item 5a. -Describe briefly the training or instruction, other than "on the job” instruction, which foreign workers obtain through the foreign organization. Include under this item training schools or classes operated by the foreign company for the benefit of the employees, or any plan which is designed to fit employees for executive or technical jobs at the expense of the foreign organization. 4. Item 5b. -Include in this table any welfare activities which have cost the foreign organization $50,000 or more in 1950. [[/column 1]] [[Column 2]] Section VI. Geographic Areas and Countries of Jurisdiction For the purpose of obtaining uniformity in designations of geographic areas and foreign jurisdictions used on Forms A, B, and C, the designations given in the following table should be adhered to. LIST OF FOREIGN JURISDICTIONS NORTH AMERICA Canada. St. Pierre and Miquelon. MEXICO AND CENTRAL AMERICA Mexico. | Guatemala. British Honduras. | Honduras. Costa Rica. | Nicaragua. El Salvador. | Panama. WEST INDIES AND WESTERN ATLANTIC ISLANDS Bahamas. | Haiti. Barbados. | Jamaica. Bermuda. | Leeward and Windward Islands. British Atlantic Islands. | Netherlands West Indies. Cuba. Dominican Republic. | Trinidad and Tobago. French West Indies. SOUTH AMERICA Argentina. | French Guiana. Bolivia. | Netherlands Guiana. Brazil. | Paraguay. British Guiana. | Peru. Chile. | Uruguay. Colombia. | Venezuela. Ecuador. EUROPE AND EASTERN ATLANTIC ISLANDS Albania. | Greece. Andorra. | Hungary. Austria. | Iceland. Belgium. | Italy. British Mediterranean Possessions.[[superscript]]1[[/superscript]] | Latvia. | Liechtenstein. Bulgaria. | Lithuania. Czechoslovakia. | Luxembourg. Danish Atlantic Islands. | Monaco. | Netherlands. Danzig. | Norway. Denmark. | Poland. Eire. | Portugal. Estonia. | Portuguese Atlantic Islands. Finland. France. | Rumania. Germany. | San Merino. [[line]] [[superscript]]1[[/superscript]] Includes Gibraltar, Malta, and Cyprus. [[/column 2]] [[column 3]] Spain. | Trieste. Spanish Atlantic Islands. | Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Sweden. | United Kingdom. Switzerland | Yugoslavia. AFRICA Algeria. | Libya. Angola. | Madagascar. Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. | Mauritius and Seychelles. Belgian Congo. | Mozambique. British Somaliland. | Nigeria. British South Attica, other.[[superscript]]2[[/superscript]] | Northern Rhodesia. | Portuguese Guinea. Cameroons. | Ruanda Urundi. Egypt. | Sierra Leone. Eritrea. | Somaliland. Ethiopia. | Southern Rhodesia. French Equatorial Africa. | Southwest Africa. | Spanish Africa.[[superscript]]3[[/superscript]] French Morocco. | Tanganyika. French Somaliland. | Tangier. French West Arica. | Tunisia. Gambia. | Uganda. Gold Coast. | Union or South Africa. Kenya. Liberia. | Zanzibar. ASIA AND OCEANIA Aden. | Kuwait. Afghanistan. | Laos. Australia.[[superscript]]4[[/superscript]] | Lebanon. Bahrein. | Macao. Bhutan. | Malaya, Federation of British North Borneo. | Mongolia. British Pacific Islands. | Nepal. | Netherlands New Guinea. Brunei. Burma. | New Zealand. Cambodia. | Oman. Ceylon. | Pakistan. China. | Philippines. French India. | Portuguese India. French Pacific Islands. | Portuguese Timor. | Qatar. Hong Kong. | Sarawak. India. | Saudi Arabia. Indonesia. | Singapore. Iran. | Syria. Iraq. | Thailand (Siam). Israel. | Trucial Oman. Japan. | Turkey. Jordan. | Viet Nam. Korea. | Yemen. [[line]] [[superscript]]2[[/superscript]] Includes Basutoland, Bechuanaland, Nyasaland, and Swaziland. [[superscript]]3[[/superscript]] Includes Rio de Oro, Spanish Guinea, and Spanish Morocco. [[superscript]]4[[/superscript]] Includes Territory of Papua, Northeast New Guinea, and Bismarck Archipelago. [[/column 3]] U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1951 O - 948959
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