Foreign News: We Will Have to Change . . .

Foresighted, tradewise Oliver Lyttelton, British Minister of Production, last week put in a bid for postwar British trade with booming Brazil. He recognized what many a U.S. trader with Latin America has not yet realized: that Latin America's larger republics are growing up industrially, that in the postwar world concessions must be made to their development. Said Lyttelton:

"I hope when peace comes we shall be able not only to resume but improve our commercial relations with Brazil. Nothing can be more unintelligible than for Britain to deplore the growth of secondary industries...

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