§ Mr. Austin Mitchell
asked the Secretary of State for Trade if he will publish in the Official Report a table showing imports of concentrated orange juice in 1980 from (a) the European Economic Community, (b) countries enjoying a preferential tariff and (c) other countries, together with details of the tariff and the level to which they are to be reduced in the Tokyo round of tariff negotiations.
§ Mr. Peter Rees
[pursuant to his reply, 15 March 1982, c. 1]: I regret that the second footnote to the table was incorrect in stating that imports of concentrated orange juice from Zimbabwe and ACP and OCT countries are subject to a preferential duty of 12.6 per cent. Imports from all these countries are in fact currently free from duty. However, no imports into the United Kingdom in 1980 were consigned from these countries and the figures given in the table itself are therefore correct.