HC Deb 15 July 1937 vol 326 cc1500-1W
Sir F. Sanderson

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether His Majesty's Minister in Mexico City has furnished him with any report on the attitude of the Mexican Government in regard to its allegations towards the British holders of Mexican Government bonds; and, in the absence of any such report, whether, in view of the unprecedented prosperity which Mexico is now enjoying, he will instruct His Majesty's Minister in Mexico to take such steps as may be necessary with a view to arriving at some agreement for the repayment of such loans or the accrued interest thereon?

Viscount Cranborne

His Majesty's Representative has kept my right hon. Friend informed of the progress of the negotiations which have been proceeding in Mexico City for some time past for a settlement of the Mexican Government's external debt, but which have so far proved inconclusive.

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