HC Deb 19 December 1938 vol 342 c2486W
Mr. Levy

asked the President of the Board of Trade in what trade agreements is the importation by this country of foreign primary agricultural and dairy products a condition; and can he state also the value of these products under the headings wheat, barley, bacon, eggs, and dairy produce; and the total value of the British export trade in return?

Mr. Stanley

The trade agreements with foreign countries which contain undertakings by His Majesty's Government with regard to the importation of agricultural products (including in most cases certain dairy produce) are those with Argentina, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Sweden and the United States of America. Particulars of imports from individual foreign countries of the commodities specified in the question are contained in Volume II of the Annual Statement of the Trade of the United Kingdom while figures of the trade of the United Kingdom with each foreign country are shown in Volume I of the same publication. The issues for 1937 contain particulars for each of the years 1933 to 1937.