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NON-TANKER IMPORTS IN THE FIRST QUARTER OF 1942. Report by Import Executive.

13 January 1942

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4. We are now informed that January loadings are not 2 million tons, and that although likely to be more than stand at 1.85 million tons, they February loadings now further demands for military operations. may fall owing to and February is in fact not likely The to total for 3.6 January million tons the total loadings for so that be substantially below 7 million tons. The loading programme set out in the Annex to this report will, therefore, have to be scaled down accordingly. It impossible to forecast what the level of is still quite loadings or of importation will be in the subsequent period of the year, but we feel bound to report at once that (a) The Ministers of all three Importing Departments (Ministries of Food and Supply and Board of Trade) view with some disquiet the results in their respective spheres which would result from loadings of only 7 million tons in the current quarter.

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india agriculture infrastructure tobacco natural resources cereals food supply wheat pork united states of america canada munitions cheese cotton eggs exports fruit government departments imports industry iron manufacturing materials meat metals milk ores transportation peace productivity rationing rubber statistics steel sugar supply textiles soviet union fats dairy food supplies overseas trade preparations for war nationwide freight shipping the wartime economy lord president's committee import executive

Civil Defence Region
Nationwide
Collection ID
CAB71
Document Reference
CAB 71/8/12
Document Types
Memorandum
Statistical Publication
File Reference
CAB 71/8
Former Department Reference
LP(42) 10
Identifier
10.1080/wtss.cab71.000008.012
Keywords
Cereals
Cheese
Cotton
Dairy
Eggs
Exports
Fats
Food Supplies
Freight Shipping
Fruit
Government Departments
Imports
Iron
Meat
Metals
Milk
Munitions
Natural Resources
Ores
Overseas Trade
Pork
Productivity
Rubber
Statistics
Steel
Sugar
Textiles
Tobacco
Transportation
Wheat
Language
English
Locations Discussed
Canada
India
Soviet Union
United States of America
Organizations Discussed
Import Executive
Lord President's Committee
Pages
7
Themes
Preparations for War
Peace
Rationing
Supply
Industry
Infrastructure
the Wartime Economy
Agriculture
Food Supply
Manufacturing
Materials

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