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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 18, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas January Small businesses gear up for session Unfair government competition tops the list of smallbusiness con cerns this legislative ac cording to a spokesman for the Na tional Federation of Independent Smallbusiness owners will not only press lawmakers on unfair government also on Dollars for sale cheap NEW YORK AP the trade imbalance with West Ger many and Japan must be and the renewed decline of the dollars value against other curren cies indicates one way to do Another way is through which means artificial restrictions on foreign access to the American an approach is an anathema to the Reagan ad It is no that those who regularly follow monetary matters suspect the administration might have had a hand in the most re cent dollar especially against the German mark and Japanese The decline follows persistent but mainly ineffective efforts by the United States to have the Germans and Japanese spur their the purpose being to absorb more of their own production and allow room also for Behind that effort is a simple ra tionale If the United States cannot sell its goods abroad while simultaneously curtailing the inflow of foreign it cannot possibly end its trade which last year totaled A trade imbalance has many con some but mostly The at least as it concerns is that it provides an ar ray of goods at low and that the dollars sent abroad in payment for those goods often comes back in the form of The bad is equally obvious It may present domestic companies with destructive It costs It tends to make domestic in stitutions dependent on foreign loans or that claims on In a falling dollar should result in more because goods are relatively cheaper abroad and smaller because prices of foreign goods become relatively higher in the im porting So the theory hasnt seemed to In spite of a dollar decline that began early in the trade deficit continued to mount until very recent Although the dollars average value in 1986 was similar to that of results were radically dif In the earlier manufactured goods trade was manufactures are about billion in The United States contends that weak foreign markets are to and it has criticized German and Japanese officials for tolerating such If foreigners spurred their officials the nations deficit would The Morgan recognized as an authority on currencies and treats the weakeconomy thesis as worthy of continued It com ments With sluggishness reigning in so many foreign producers have been much more aggressive sellers than they otherwise might have in order to prevent their market shares from In they have accepted lower profits rather than cut exports to the big As a Morgan foreigngood prices in the United States have reflected less than half the dollar depreciation that has Foreign especially Germany and have been reluctant to spur their ap parently in fear that to spur would in vite The American attitude is that inflation is only a remote With a stalemate and with the United States urgently needing to shrink the trade it is no wonder that analysts here and abroad think the Reagan administra tion wants the dollar to fall even bad checks and equalaccessto justice The government should stick to governing and stop competing with small said director of governmen tal relations Robert Under the current the state cant afford to subsidize government agencies performing Inhouse jobs that small businesses can do Stlffer civil penalties for badcheck writers are another legislative priori ty for smallbusiness he Under current the cost of pur suing a badcheck writer far ARE YOU PUTTING ON MAKHTHC FOaSAffTYl outweighs the loss of the Bad check losses seriously hinder cash flow for small he Cash shortages often prevent small businesses from challenging unfair government fines or members also have been polled on liability in unemployment insurance and workers Preliminary poll results indicate that Texas smallbusiness owners strong ly support reforms in all of these SASA reports profit San Antonio Savings Association reported earnings of million for yearend after setting aside ad ditional loanloss reserves of Regulatory net worth sur passed for the million and assets Increased to billion for the making SASA the largest Independent financial institu tion headquartered in San WestPoint Pepperell announces earnings WestPoint Pepperell reported net income of million for the first fiscal quarter ended 27 which compares with million for the same period a year Earnings per share were up 29 percent from per share applicable to the same three months of Sales for the quarter were a 51 percent increase over first quarter fiscal 1986 sales of Association watchdogs homeowner rights The Texas Association of Realtors will participate in or monitor more than 600 bills such as tort county land use and licensing of real estate appraisers which could af fect either Texas homeowners or the real estate business during the up coming session of the Texas Legislature State budget problems head the list of as outlined in an article In the January issue of Texas Legislators must solve the problem of the current budget as well as write a balanced budget for the next bien In addition to the current budgets approximate million the deficit of needed revenues for the next biennium is ex pected to the billion to AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE Ruffles potato chips 6 5oz Tussy cream or solid rollon or stick Cresf 4 6oz mini or tartar 5 x 7 clear box picture 159 liquid dish detergent CocgCola products Limit 20pqge photo Holds any size Pigitech VMS video 20 blank Benadryl Benadryl capsules or tablets 24pack or elixir Ajax Irish Spring or Palmolive Gold A n Flex shampoo or conditioner spray or mousse Maxell audio tope UR 90minute Audio cassette Holds 36 longlife C or D 2pack or 9volt Pwsonna twin 9pack or auto Conair 1250wott dryer or 3 In 1 curling Iron j Photo Calwjdw with 5 y 7 Enlargement Bring in your favorite color 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