HC Deb 08 November 1932 vol 270 cc181-2
33. Mr. THORNE

asked the President of the Board of Trade the lowest selling price of foreign wheat sold in London during the current year; and which country sold wheat at the lowest price?


According to the quotations published in the "Corn Trade News," the lowest selling prices per 496 lbs. of foreign wheats sold in London during the current year were as follows:

s. d.
United States: Hard Winter (on sample) 25 6
Argentine: Rosafé (64 lbs.) ex ship 25 0
Russia: Russian (on sample) ex ship 25 0
Germany: German, ex ship 24 0