62. Sir WILLIAM BARTON
asked the President of the Board of Trade the quantities in yards and also the aggregate values of cotton goods exported in the first nine months of 1914, giving separately the quantities and values in each of the following categories, namely, grey or unbleached, white, dyed, and printed, and the same particulars for the first nine months of 1920?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the BOARD of TRADE (Sir Philip Lloyd-Greame)
The answer will involve a statistical statement, and, if the hon. Member will permit me, I will have this published in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
The statement referred to is as follows:
§ Sir P. LLOYD-GREAME
The answer will involve a statistical table, and this, if the hon. Member will permit me, I will have published in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
Following is the table promised:
The quantities of wrought-iron bars are not recorded separately in the statistics of imports, and are included in the class "Iron bars, rods, angles, shapes, and sections other than of special steel." The following table shows the quantities of the imports of that class, and of pig iron into the United Kingdom, consigned from Belgium, registered in each of the months January to September, 1920, inclusive:
Month. Iron bars, rods, angles, shapes and sections, other than of special steel. Pig iron. Tons. Tons. January 3,616 14,625 February 1,373 8,763 March 2,758 10,909 April 2,274 6,539 May 1,908 1,759 June 2,707 4,522 July 2,453 15 August 3,108 5 September 6,004 1,767