Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce. – in the House of Commons on 10 April 1935.
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asked the Secretary of State for India whether he can make a statement on the proposed Indo-Burma trade agreement?
I propose to deal with this question in connection with the consideration in Committee of Part XIV of the Government of India Bill.
Can my right hon. Friend say whether, in dealing with it, he will deal with it as a preliminary to the first Clause in Part XIV of the Government of India Bill, or at what stage in Part XIV of the Bill he will deal with it?
I think that that must rest with the Chairman. So far as I am concerned, I will deal with it on the first available opportunity.
May I ask my right hon. Friend, in view of the fact that Burma now constitutes part of India, who is going to make an agreement between India and Burma on behalf of Burma?
That is just the type of question with which I am going to deal in the Debate.
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