ARGENTINA: Knights Errant

In Britain's economy, Argentina is still the sixth Dominion. The huge British stake in Argentine frigoríficos, public utilities and railways is a healthy hunk of Britain's overseas investments.

Last week the British were lobbing trade missions across the South Atlantic like cannon shells.* The first, or 6-inch, mission was a Board of Trade venture. Suave Sir Percivale Liesching, who headed it, had already conferred with Foreign Minister Juan Atilio Bramuglia. But he was only scouting for Sir Wilfrid Eady's 16-inch, or Treasury mission which arrives this week. Sir Montague Eddy had come along to advise on railroads. And if the knights...

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