BRITISH EMPIRE: Trade and Employment

Since the War Great Britain, in an effort to rehabilitate her foreign trade, has made eight trade agreements with the following countries: Spain, Latvia, Lithuania, Rumania, Esthonia, Afghanistan, Russia, Czecho-Slovakia.

Premier Baldwin at the Conservative Club in Glasgow said that, though it was looking far into the future, "in Russia we have one of the largest potential markets in the world. I believe that in the long run it will be to Russia we shall have to look, with one or two other parts of the world, to provide that increased

scope for trade which must be found to absorb the exports...

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