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Motorcar Export Trade

Volume 436: debated on Monday 28 April 1947

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asked the Minister of Supply what steps he has taken to direct the attention of British motorcar manufacturers to the desirability, of a cooperative effort to produce a larger motorcar suitable for the export market.

Both the Motor Industry Advisory Council and the manufacturers have very carefully examined this suggestion, but on account of the dislocation which would be involved, its adoption is not considered to be practicable in present circumstances.