Foreign News: Dumping & Boom

British goods are still boycotted widely in India despite the Gandhi-Irwin truce. Last week Bombay despatches reported that Indian merchants are now clearing their shelves of British cloth by "selling it in Persia, Irak and East Africa at less than production costs." Indian cloth mills at Bombay are enjoying boom prosperity, running 24 hours a day to keep pace with the demand, while more and more British mills close down in depressed, despairing Lancashire.


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