§ Sir P. Hannon
asked the President of the Board of Trade if he has been informed through the Consular Service in Latin America of the issue of long catalogues of goods issued to business houses in South and Central America and described as "List of goods available for export from U.S.A. as from September, 1944, free of all restrictions," and if he contemplates early release from some of the restrictions which prevent resumption of Anglo-South American trade.
§ Mr. Dalton
The answer to the first part of the Question is "No, Sir." As regards the second part, the restrictions necessitated by the war on our export trade with South America will be relaxed as soon as circumstances permit.