§ 20. Major GLYN
asked the President of the Board of Trade the average value of ready-made suits of clothes, part woollen, imported from Poland?
§ Mr. W. GRAHAM
During the first six months of 1931 the total declared value of men's and boys' suits, coats, vests and 1226 trousers of wool or wool mixed with other materials imported into the United Kingdom and registered as consigned from Poland (including Dantzig) was £25,677. I have no information as to the average value of these imports.
§ 21. Major GLYN
asked the President of the Board of Trade the value of imported ready-made clothing into the United Kingdom during the past 12 months and the countries of manufacture?
§ Mr. GRAHAM
I will circulate in the OFFICIAL REPORT a statement showing the imports during 1930. Similar particulars for a more recent period of 12 months are not available.
§ Following is the statement:
§ The following table shows the total declared value of outer garments (not hosiery) imported into the United Kingdom during the year 1930, distinguishing the principal countries whence con-signed:—
|Description and countries whence consigned and Declared Value.|
|Apparel (not of fur):|
|Outer Garments (not hosiery):|
|Overcoats, mackintoshes, oil skins and the like||73,087|
|Men's and boys' (suits, coats, vests, trousers, excluding overcoats)||87,104|
|Women's and girls' garments of woven fabrics (Costumes, dresses, etc.)||3,300,368|
|Other Outer garments (aprons, overalls, etc.)||929,661|
|Of which consigned from:||£|
|United States of America||…||187,232|
|Poland (including Dantzig)||…||10,777|