ARGENTINA: Roca-Runciman Loan

One vice president who does things is Julio A. Roca of Argentina. He went to London nine months ago to negotiate a special trade agreement necessitated by the Ottawa Conference's preference of Dominion meat for British markets, and to discuss foreign exchange. British firms have great sums frozen in Argentine banks through foreign exchange regulations. Before he left England, Vice President Roca sat down with President Walter Runciman of the British Board of Trade and initialed a treaty including an agreement whereby British firms anxious to get their money out of Argentina...

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