HC Deb 24 November 1937 vol 329 c1202
19. Sir Nicholas Grattan-Doyle

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he will draw the attention of the Argentine authorities to the observations in the report just issued by His Majesty's commercial secretary at Buenos Aires upon the treatment of the Anglo-Argentine rail-roads, and request a considered reply upon those observations, in view of the fact that the bad feeling caused by this treatment of British capital by Argentina will eventually wreck the meat agreement with Argentina's best customer?

Mr. Eden

I am not clear what observations my hon. Friend has in mind. If he will be good enough to inform me of the passage in the report to which he refers I will gladly examine it.

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