HC Deb 06 June 1930 vol 239 c2572W

asked the Lord Privy Seal the names of the various industries with the representatives of which he has conferred on the subject of rationalisation, and the results so far obtained?


, pursuant to his reply (OFFICIAL REPORT, 27th May, 1930; col. 972, Vol. 239), supplied the following statement:

The principal industries in which the subject of rationalisation has been under discussion, directly or indirectly, with their representatives are the following:

  • Agricultural machinery.
  • Artificial silk.
  • Boots and Shoes.
  • Coal mining.
  • Cotton.
  • Hardware.
  • Hosiery.
  • Iron and Steel.
  • Locomotives.
  • Mining equipment.
  • Motors.
  • Shipbuilding.
  • Woollen and worsted.