HC Deb 25 March 1925 vol 182 cc432-3

asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Overseas Trade Department with what countries the German Republic has negotiated commercial treaties?

Mr. A. M. SAMUEL (Secretary, Overseas Trade Department)

If my hon. Friend will permit me, I will have circulated in the OFFICIAL REPORT a list of the countries to which he refers.

Following is the list promised:

So far as I am aware, the countries with which the German Republic has negotiated commercial treaties or other arrangements (some of which are, how ever, not yet in force) are the following: Austria, Bulgaria, Bolivia, Czechslovakia, Esthonia, Finland, the United Kingdom, Greece, Guatemala, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Nicaragua, Netherlands, Portugal, S.H.S. State, Siam, Spain, Soviet Union, Switzerland and the United States.