§ 10. Mr. H. WILLIAMS
asked the President of the Board of Trade the total value of coconuts and coconut products imported in 1925, stating separately the value imported from Empire and Foreign sources, respectively?
§ The PRESIDENT of the BOARD of TRADE (Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister)
As the answer involves a table of figures, I propose, with the concurrence of my hon. Friend, to circulate it in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
§ Following is the answer:
§ The following statement shows the value of coconuts and of certain coconut products imported into Great Britain and Northern Ireland during 1925:
|DECLARED VALUE OF IMPORTS INTO GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND IN 1925.|
|—||Consigned from Foreign Countries.||Consigned from Empire Countries.|
|Desiccated and flaked||1,433||578,434|
|Coir manufactures other than cordage ropes and twine.||1,651||1,707|
|Coir mats and matting||107,598||296,125|
§ Separate particulars of the value of coconuts used as fruit or mite, or of the value of coconut oil or other products of the coconut contained in imported margarine, etc., are not available from the official records.