§ 66. Mr. MITCHESON
asked the President of the Board of Trade if he can state for the latest available period the adverse balance of trade of Denmark with Russia, and the favourable balance of trade of Denmark with the United Kingdom?
§ Mr. RUNCIMAN
As the answer involves a statement of figures, I will circulate it in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
§ Following is the answer:
§ The following statement shows the value of merchandise imported into and exported from Denmark in the trade with the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union, respectively, during the first 10 months of 1933:
§ Trade with the United Kingdom:
|Imports into Denmark||288,669|
|Exports, including re-exports from Denmark||653,259|
|Excess of exports over imports||364,590|
§ Trade with the Soviet Union:
|Imports into Denmark||34,619|
|Exports, including re-exports from Denmark||6,273|
|Excess of imports over exports||28,346|
§ NOTE.—The above particulars relate to purchases and sales, respectively, by Denmark in the countries stated.