HC Deb 29 April 1965 vol 711 cc72-3W
25. Mr. A. Royle

asked the President of the Board of Trade what discussions he has had with the Hong Kong Government with a view to reversing the decline in British exports to Hong Kong in 1964.

Mr. Redhead

None. United Kingdom exports to Hong Kong rose by £3 million to £55 million in 1964. Hong Kong is a free market and I hope that British exporters will seize the opportunities presented by the continued rise in Hong Kong prosperity.