§ 38. Mr. G. TERRELL
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if he can at once lay upon the Table of the House copies of any commercial treaties 1203 which have been entered into with Japan, Italy, and France; and, if he is unable to publish the treaties in full, whether he can give full information of the arrangements which have been made in regard to imports and exports?
The treaties to which the hon. Member refers were published in full at the time when they were concluded. They are included in Mr. de Bernhardt's "Handbook of Commercial Treaties," a copy of which will be found in the House of Commons Library.
§ Mr. RENWICK
Has any commercial treaty been entered into with either Japan, France, or Italy since the War or since the Armistice?
§ Mr. TERRELL
Have any special arrangements been lately entered into between the Foreign Office and Japan with regard to allowing imports and exports to pass between the two countries?