§ 45. Sir T. Beamish
asked the President of the Board of Trade if Her Majesty's Government will seek to compensate home cheese producers for material losses arising from the dumping of imported cheeses, in view of the delay in taking effective measures when the situation was first recognised; and what he estimates to be the cost of such compensation.
§ 46. Sir T. Beamish
asked the President of the Board of Trade what types of cheese other than Cheddar are being dumped in the United Kingdom, and by which countries.
§ Mr. Dell
Dumped exports of cheese other than Cheddar from the five countries named in the anti-dumping application are mainly Cheshire, Wensleydale and Caerphilly from the Irish Republic, Edam and Gouda and St. Paulin from the Netherlands and France, and processed cheese from these three countries.