HC Deb 02 June 1938 vol 336 c2276W
Sir P. Hannon

asked the President of the Board of Trade the volume and value of the imports of citrus fruits from South Africa in the years 1936 and 1937 and the first four months of the present year; and whether His Majesty's Government will undertake to continue the existing preference which this fruit now enjoys in the United Kingdom?

Mr. Stanley:

The following table shows the total quantity and declared value of imports of citrus fruits into the United Kingdom during the periods specified consigned from the Union of South Africa.

the figures of the total German imports for the first quarter of this year and for 1937, respectively?

Mr. Stanley:

The total value of imports of merchandise (including silver) into Germany in the first quarter of this year amounted to 1,399 million Reichsmarks, as compared with 1,093 million Reichsmarks in the corresponding period of 1937.