HC Deb 06 December 1960 vol 631 cc127-8W
64. Mrs. Castle

asked the President of the Board of Trade what restrictions are imposed by the terms of the Foreign Assets Control Regulations established under the Trading with the Enemy Act, 1917 (United States) on the export to China of goods produced in Britain by British labour and not restricted for exports by the British embargo list; and to which companies manufacturing in Britain these regulations apply.

Mr. Erroll

These regulations prohibit any United States controlled business from exporting to China without specific authorisation.