HC Deb 13 March 1907 vol 171 c35

I beg to ask the President of the Board of Trade whether for the advantage of the traders of this country and of the unemployed, he will now state what markets there are yet remaining to be exploited for our commerce.


All available information as to new openings for British goods is published from time to time in the Board of Trade Journal, or when confidential, is communicated direct to Chambers of Commerce and others interested.


Surely the right hon. Gentleman can give a more definite Answer than that. He stated the other day, in his speech at Nottingham, that there were vast markets not yet exploited for our commerce.


Order, order! The hon. Member is now arguing the matter.