Overseas Private Investment Corporation Indian Eligibility Act of 1992: Hearing Before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Second Congress, Second Session, on S. 2746 ... July 21, 1992, Washington, DC.
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1992 - 64 lappuses
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1. lappuse - McCain (chairman of the committee) presiding. Present: Senator McCain. STATEMENT OF HON. JOHN McCAIN, US SENATOR FROM ARIZONA, CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS Senator McCAIN.
6. lappuse - ... the national chairman of volunteers for the Red Cross and represents the more than 2 million Red Cross volunteers throughout the United States active in Red Cross work including our disaster relief work. I am also accompanied by Mr. Robert Pierpont, who is our national director of Disaster Services. I have a prepared statement which has been provided to the committee, and, in addition, we have provided the committee with a report on Hurricane Camille operations on which to date we have expended...
1. lappuse - US investors," often Fortune 500 companies, through three principal programs. No. 1, financing investment projects through direct loans and loan guarantees. No. 2, insuring investment projects against political risks.
6. lappuse - STATEMENT OF HOWARD L. HILLS VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL COUNSEL OVERSEAS PRIVATE INVESTMENT CORPORATION...
57. lappuse - NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the National Congress of American Indians hereby...
47. lappuse - OPIC financing must be commercially and financially sound. They must be within the demonstrated competence of the proposed management, which must have a proven record of success in the same or a closely related business.
51. lappuse - Tribes such as the Cherokee Nation have actively sought private investment in the past. Investors, however, often are hesitant to make financial commitments due to the complicated trust status of Indian lands, the lack o£ infrastructure in Tribal areas, and the unfamiliar political organization of Indian and Native communities.
15. lappuse - Thank you. [Prepared statement of President Zah appears in appendix.] Senator McCAiN. Thank you, President Zah.
24. lappuse - ... Stratton, a distinguished Member of Congress from the State of New York, and a very able member of the House Armed Services Committee. Mr. Stratton, we are delighted to have you with us this morning. STATEMENT OF HON. SAMUEL S. STRATTON, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF NEW YORK Mr. STRATTON. Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman. I apologize for not having a prepared statement available. I had some emergency dentistry this morning, and I was not sure whether I could make it to testify...
20. lappuse - Mankiller and the 125,000 members of the Cherokee Nation. Ours is the second largest Indian tribe in the United States and was one of the first to execute a Self-Governance Compact with the United States under the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act Amendments of 1988.