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Exports, Eastern Europe

Volume 464: debated on Wednesday 11 May 1949

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asked the President of the Board of Trade what British goods, for which there would otherwise be no market, have been, or will be, purchased by Eastern European countries, on condition that some steel is supplied with them.

Undertakings to admit specified United Kingdom exports appear in our agreements with Poland and Yugoslavia, but the undertakings were not subject to the supply of steel.