§ Miss Quennell
asked the Secretary of of State for Industry, Trade and Regional Development which countries have been asked to increase their supplies of butter to the British home market, and by how much; and if these changes will represent a permanent increase in their quota-allocations.
§ Mr. du Cann
In the year ending 31st March, 1964, the following tonnages, in addition to the basic quotas, have been authorised:
Argentina 1,600 Australia 10,000 Austria 400 Belgium 434 Canada 2,500 Finland 4,360 France 2,830 Hungary 700 Irish Republic 5,400 Italy 80 Kenya 80 Netherlands 400 New Zealand 2,000 Norway 200 Poland 1,200 Roumania 1,500 Sweden 1,200 United States 550 Uruguay 750
These additional imports will not be reflected in the basic quotas for the year ending 31st March, 1965, which I announced in reply to my hon. Friend the Member for Lowestoft on 28th February.