HC Deb 20 July 1926 vol 198 c1052W

asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he has received from the Manchester Chamber of Commerce representations with regard to the damaging interference with trade, the danger of retaliatory measures by foreign countries, and the injury to British export trade with the countries concerned, which will result from the passing of the Merchandise Marks (Imported Goods) Bill; and whether he will take these points into consideration before the passage of the Bill into law


The answer to the first part of the question is in the affirmative. I have every reason to expect that, when the Bill returns to the Floor of the House, the House of Commons will endorse the decision which it gave in support of the Bill on Second Reading.

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