HC Deb 16 May 1935 vol 301 c1896

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether, in order to assist economic restoration in Argentina, he will inquire of the Argentine Government if they would invite British financial experts to advise them how to deal with the fact that few persons in Argentina invest in Argentine loans; and will he suggest to the Argentine Government that the creation of a local market for Argentine loans would benefit Argentina in that such loans as have been floated hitherto in New York and London could, in future, be absorbed in Argentina and so prevent exchange being used for debt service?


I do not think that this is a matter on which it would be appropriate to offer advice or make suggestions to the Argentine Government.