§ MR. PIKE PEASE (Darlington)
To ask Mr. Chancellor of the Excehquer, with reference to the official report of his address to the Imperial Conference, whether the burden of the Canadian tariff upon United Kingdom produce, as compared with United States produce, has been progressively altered since 1897, in favour of the United Kingdom.
§ (Answered by Mr. Asquith.) The ad valorem equivalent of the duty actually imposed in Canada on all imports from the United States and United Kingdom, respectively, in each year since preferential treatment was first accorded to 577 United Kingdom produce, has been as follows—
|Year ended 30th June.||Ad valorem Equivalent on Goods Imported from|
|United States of America.||United Kingdom.|