HC Deb 24 February 1964 vol 690 cc14-5W
Mr. John Hall

asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food what was the value of agricultural exports from this country during the last complete 12 months; and what was the total subsidy paid to producers in respect of such exports.

Mr. Scott-Hopkins

The value of agricultural exports considered to be of United Kingdom origin was £60 million in 1963. The amount of the guarantee payments to producers in respect of these exports cannot be calculated, although on a substantial proportion of the commodities concerned there is no payment.

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