§ 51. Sir C. RAWSON
asked the Under-Secretary of State for India whether his attention has been called to the fact that a well-known firm of rubber manufacturers in this country who have been exporting football bladders marked Tested, London, to India for the past 25 years are now faced with the competition of German football bladders shipped direct from Germany to Calcutta,
§ The value of pig meat imported into the United Kingdom during the year ended 1st May, 1928, was—
|Bacon.||Hams.||Pork.||Total Pig meat.|
|Fresh.||Frozen.||Salted.||Tinned and Canned (including Tongues).|
§ With regard to the second part of the question, the development of small forest holdings is being considered by the Government in connection with the Inquiry of the Industrial Transference Board. The Trade Facilities Act has now lapsed, but public funds are available1376
§ and marked by the importers as Tested, London; and what steps the Indian Government is taking to prevent the sale in India of imported foreign goods as goods of British origin?
§ The UNDER-SECRETARY of STATE for INDIA (Earl Winterton)
My Noble Friend has no information as regards the first part of the question but will make inquiries.