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56 STAT.] CANADA--POST-WAR ECONOMIC SETTLEMENTS-NOV. 30, 1942 1817 world concrete evidence of the ways in which two neighbouring coun- tries that have a long experience of friendly relations and a high degree of economic interdependence, and that share the conviction that such reciprocally beneficial relations must form part of a general system, may promote by agreed action their mutual interests to the benefit of themselves and other countries. I am instructed to inform you that the Government of Canada concur in the foregoing statement of conclusions and agree to your suggestion that your note of November 30th, 1942, and this reply should be regarded as placing on record the understanding of our two Governments in this matter. Accept, Sir, the renewed assurance of my highest consideration. LEIGHTON MCCARTHY The Hon. CORDELL HULL, Secretary of State of the United States, Washington, D.C . 65714-43 - -FT . n ---