§ Mr. J. Griffiths
Harvesting is still in full operation in all three of the Corporation's areas in Tanganyika and only tentative estimates of the eventual yields can now be given. The Corporation hope to harvest 8,500 tons of groundnuts, 9,500 tons of maize and 4,500 tons of sorghum. Plans for the 1951–52 agricultural year have not yet been settled.
§ Mr. Griffiths
With regard to the second part of that supplementary question, Mr. Gillett, the new chairman, has now gone out to East Africa. I saw him before he went, and I have arranged that as soon as everything is settled he will report, and I will make a full statement here. I should prefer not to commit myself about the detailed figures. Perhaps I could send them to the hon. Gentleman after I have made further inquiries.