Captain A. Evans
asked the President of the Board of Trade whether, in view of the subsidies which are paid on goods exported to this country from Germany, he has reviewed the rates of duty agreed upon in the schedule of the trade agreement of 13th April, 1933, Cmd. 4297; and, if not, whether he will take immediate steps to re-assess the value of that agreement to Great Britain?
§ Mr. R. S. Hudson:
The agreement referred to by my hon. and gallant Friend accords substantial benefits to the United Kingdom as well as to Germany. The working of the agreement is kept under constant review.