|Parent||Collaboration between Japan, Germany and Italy Vol. VI|
|Collection||Tavenner Papers & IMTFE Official Records|
|Folder||Japan, Germany, Italy Collaboration Vol 6|
|Repository||University of Virginia Law Library|
Proof (a) Document 4024A, (Exhibit No* )s "SECRET STATE AFFAIRBerlin, 28 April 1941 Dir. Ha. Pol* 102 PfiAfT Work Program for the Economic Subcommission of The Tripartite Pact in Berlin. "I) The economic subcommission has the task of advising what can be done between the countries belonging to the Tripartite Pact in order to secure mutual support, especially in the economic field, in war and in the postwar period. It lays down the results of its deliberations in proposals to the main commission* The individual negotia¬tions necessary for the execution of the proposals after these have been approved by the main commission, will be conducted directly between the participating governments* "II) The economic subcommission will be charged with examining the possibilities of an accord and mutual support at first in the following fields* 1)In waging the commercial and economic war by economic measures (military measures are dealt with by the military subcommission)* 2)In the procurement of raw materials* 3)In construction and extension of plans for military and defense economy preparations* 4)In the utilization and Extension of trade routes* 5)In the promotion of economic combinations between the states belonging to the Tripartite Pact.