§ 51 and 52 Colonel WOODCOCK
asked the President of the Board of Trade (1) if he will give the latest. returns of imported fruit from foreign countries, and the value of same; and what proportion was re-exported;
(2) the amount of apples imported to this country, and the different sources which have exported them?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the BOARD of TRADE (Sir Burton Chadwick)
As the replies consist of tables of figures, my hon. and gallant Friend will perhaps agree to my circulating them in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
§ Following are the figures:1957
|QUANTITY AND VALUE OF RAW APPLES IMPORTED INTO GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND DURING THE YEAR 1925.|
|Country whence Consigned||Quantity Imported.||Declared Value thereof.|
|United States of America||2,801,301||3,639,883|
|Other Foreign Countries||33,717||32,504|
|Total from Foreign Countries||3,362,741||3,992,903|
|Other British Countries||3,921||6,136|
|Total from British Countries||2,626,933||3,549,058|