§ Mr. KIRKWOOD
asked the President of the Board of Trade what is the nature of the munitions and the quantity that this country is selling to Japan?
§ Mr. RUNCIMAN
During December, 1931, the value of the domestic exports574W of arms, ammunition and military and naval stores from the United Kingdom registered as consigned to Japan was £29,648, of which nearly three-fifths was represented by automatic machine and quickfiring guns and parts thereof, and about one-third by high explosives. During January, 1932, the value of these exports was £12,285, practically the whole of which consisted of automatic machine and quickfiring guns and parts thereof.