HC Deb 28 February 1934 vol 286 c1114W

asked the President of the Board of Trade whether, seeing that the United Kingdom purchased from Chile during 1933 goods to the value of £3,758,656, whereas Chile purchased from the United Kingdom goods to the value of £731,390, he will say why arrangements have not yet been made so that the exporters of British goods may be paid for what they have sent to Chile, including the liquidation of frozen debts for goods already delivered?


Discussions with the Chilean Government on exchange questions are now proceeding.