March 22, 1938 (18th Parliament, 3rd Session)

CON

Frederick Cronyn Betts

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. F. C. BETTS (London):

I should like to ask the Minister of National Revenue (Mr. Ilsley) a question of which I gave him notice a few minutes ago by telephone, not having had an opportunity to advise him earlier.
The American market is flooded at the present time with Dutch sets of onions which are being offered in this country at a cent and a half a pound. The cost in Canada is six cents a pound. I would ask the minister whether, having regard to the fact that this particular crop has a value in western Ontario alone of some $200,000, the government is

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prepared to impose the dumping duty, as was done in 1931, by adding four and a half cents a pound to the invoice cost?

Topic:   DUTCH ONIONS
Subtopic:   REQUEST FOR IMPOSITION OF DUMPING DUTY ON IMPORTATIONS
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