§ 22. Mr. G. Jeger
asked the President of the Board of Trade what trading arrangements are in operation between the United Kingdom and China; and whether he is satisfied that no goods or materials are being exported to China which may be used in the military activity against Tibet.
§ Mr. Vaughan-Morgan
I am not sure what kind of trading arrangements the hon. Member has in mind. There is, of course, an embargo on the export of strategic goods to China, and I have no reason to believe that Chinese military activity in Tibet has been materially assisted by exports from this country.