§ 29. Rear-Admiral SUETER
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs at what stage His Majesty's Government proposes to intervene to obtain from the Argentine national and provincial authorities the overdue unpaid debts for railway services owing to railways in the Argentine operating with British capital, in view of the fact that the amounts are large and that British investors are suffering hardship by the non-receipt of moneys due?
§ The SECRETARY of STATE for FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Sir John Simon)
The negotiations regarding the state of the account current, to which I referred in my answer to my hon. Friend the Member for Fulham, West (Sir C. Cobb) on the 20th February, are proceeding in a satisfactory manner between the railway companies and the authorities concerned, and no request has therefore been made by the railway companies for the intervention of His Majesty's Government, who will consider further developments as they occur.