63. Sir FREDRICWISE
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 433 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.