HC Deb 22 March 1922 vol 152 cc468-9
65. Colonel GRETTON

asked the President of the Board of Trade the value of the United Kingdom exports of manufactured goods to Russia, Germany, United States, Australia, New Zealand, Union of South Africa, and Canada in the year 1913, and the purchases per head of the population of those countries of such manufactured goods?


The answer involves a statistical table, which, with the permission of the House, I will have circulated in the OFFICIAL REPORT.

The following is the table:

The following statement shows the total value of articles classed as wholly or mainly manufactured which were exported from the United Kingdom to the undermentioned countries in 1913, and the estimated value per head of the population in each country:

Country. Total Value. Estimated Value per head of population.
£ £ s. d.
Russia (including Finland). 10,255,028 0 1 2
Germany 26,887,653 0 8 0
United States 23,071,391 0 4 9
Commonwealth of Australia. 31,301,204 6 10 4
Dominion of New Zealand. 9,617,361 9 0 0
Union of South Africa. 19,650,161 3 2 9
Dominion of Canada. 20,031,002 2 13 2

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