§ Sir WILLIAM BYLES
asked the Under-Secretary of State for India what was the proportion of merchandise imports into India and of merchandise exports from India during 1910–11 in the case of the United Kingdom, other British possessions, and foreign countries, respectively?
§ Mr. HAROLD BAKER
Of the imports of merchandise (excluding Government stores) into India in 1910–11, 61.1 per cent, came from the United Kingdom, 8.0 per cent, from other British possessions, and 30.9 per cent, from foreign countries. Of the exports, including re-exports, the percentages were: United Kingdom, 24.8; other British possessions, 17.4; and foreign countries, 57.8.