2. (a) Request received May 1, 1962-not implemented; (b) Request received September 11, 1962-not implemented; (c) Request received September 11, 1962-implemented
October 16, 1962.
3 and 4. Answered by 2.
5. (a) Low prices tor frozen red pitted cherries prevailing in the country of export. As substantial stocks were on hand, due to the considerable carryover from the 1961 Canadian crop, importations in large quantities would cause serious consequences to the Canadian industry.
(b) Low prices of fresh prune plums in the U.S.A. Heavy imports would cause hardship to the B.C. fruit growers.
(c) Low prices of imported potatoes constituted threat to Canadian growers.
6. (a) and (b). Frozen red pitted cherries and fresh prune plums-following investigation it was determined that the circumstances did not warrant implementation of fixed values.
(c) Fresh potatoes-delayed only for the period required for investigation to determine whether the request warranted action.
Subtopic: FAIR VALUE FOR DUTY, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Have there been any transactions between the Crawley-McCraken Company, the Canadian Prepack Company, and the Canadian National Railways and, if so, who are the directors of the Crawley-McCraken Company?
Subtopic: CRAWLEY-MCCRAKEN COMPANY