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materializes at its extreme with respect to FMNEs (MNEs that are
In 1998, the OECD issued a report addressing the sourcing of FMNEs
integrated FMNEs. (72) In particular, the 1998 OECD Report identifies
the problems associated with sourcing the residual income from FMNEs,
integrated structure of FMNEs. Additionally, it recognizes the
dealing regulations concerned with taxing FMNEs engaged in securities
Thus, the FMNS was collecting considerable information, which was to be channeled through the Fishery Market News, including "summarized data on movement and prices of fishery commodities, data on the current status of production and stocks on hand of fishery commodities, articles relating to the fisheries prepared by members of the Bureau's staff, members of the industry, or other interested parties; excerpts or abstracts from Bureau or other publications relating to the fisheries; and related information." Also included were summaries of various numbered "Investigational Reports" published by the Bureau.
Anderson's FMNS description, "Fishery Market News Service Aids Industry in Many Ways." For the second issue, Fishery Technologist J.
The Review began in January 1939 as the monthly Fishery Market News ("FMN") under the Commerce Department's U.S.
In November 1939 the FMN ran its first cover photograph, iced striped bass, with a reversed title; the December cover featured an oyster tonger at work.
FMN contents continued to reflect advancements in fishery utilization; trade in fresh, frozen, and canned fish; sectional marketing reviews, statistical summaries, foreign fishery trade news, and reviews of fisheries-related books.
Later that year (September), the FMN published a warning to the fishing industry regarding a new pesticide: "In spite of its apparent usefulness in improving sanitary conditions in such [fishing industry] plants, DDT may have undesirable and even dangerous effects unless its use is properly controlled, Service experts declared." The notice pointed out that other effects were yet poorly understood and that a study was underway to obtain data "to guide safe and effective use of DDT in fishery establishments."