Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce. – in the House of Commons on 7th May 1935.
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asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he will specify the manufactured goods that came into this country from Canada for the three months ended 31st March, 1935, or
vention is necessary, it can be done very properly by the Advisory Committee.
Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that it does not necessarily follow that the workers are protected by bringing these matters to the notice of the Advisory Committee?
Following are the particulars:
the nearest convenient date, and the sterling value thereof?
Particulars of the principal imports from Canada will be found in the March issue of the Trade and Navigation Accounts.
Is it the case that the issue referred to contains full particulars of manufactured goods from Canada?
Will the return show the goods on which duty has been paid, and those which come in duty free?
If it does not give the information which the hon. Member desires, perhaps he will put down a question.
Will the right hon. Gentleman answer my question?
I am afraid that I cannot. I must have notice of it.
Is it not the case that when the right hon. Gentleman states that these returns show certain information they in fact do not contain it?
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