§ Sir A. SINCLAIR
asked the President of the Board of Trade the value of the exports to and imports from Japan both for Great Britain and for the British Empire in the year 1933 and for January and February, 1934?
§ Dr. BURGIN
The value of merchandise imported into and exported from Japan in the trade with Great Britain and other British countries, so far as the particulars are available, was as follows:
— 1933. January and February, 1934. Imports into Japan.† Thousand Yen. Thousand Yen. From Great Britain 82,559 10,896 From Other British countries * 523,932 76,096 Total 606,491 86,992 Exports from Japan † Thousand Yen. Thousand Yen. To Great Britain 87,849 17,487 To Other British countries.* 396,403 70,232 Total 484,252 87,719 * The countries included are Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Cape Colony and Natal, British India and Ceylon, Eastern Africa (including Foreign Eastern Africa), Hong Kong, Straits Settlements British Borneo and Aden. † Japan Proper, including Karafuto (Japanese Saghalien).