§ Mr. T. GRIFFITHS
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the amount of money lent by British nationals to Germany; how much of it is on short-term loans; how much is repayable at the end of one year or two years, respectively; and whether any steps are being taken by the Government, in association with other Governments or by the League of Nations, to put German credit on a sound footing and to avoid a financial collapse early in 1932?
§ Major ELLIOT
There are no complete figures as to the amount of money lent by British Nationals to Germany, but the hon. Member will find certain estimates in Annexes V and VI to the Report of the Committee appointed on the recommendation of the London Conference of July, 1931, which was published in a supplement to the "Economist" on 21st August, 1931. In reply to the last part of the question, I would refer to the statement made by my right512W hon. Friend the Lord President of the Council in the Debate on the Address in 13th November.