Imperial Preference (1937)

The report was extracted from the Report of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce for the year 1937. To enjoy preferential treatment in the British Empire markets, Hong Kong manufactured goods had to comply with the customs requirements in the United Kingdom. The extension of preferential tariffs to Hong Kong's manufactured goods in more areas in the British Empire, such as India, New Zealand, Southern Rhodesia, South Africa, Canada and Australia.

Industry textile | knitting | rubber shoe | torch | lard
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Source Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce. 1937. Report, pp.26-41. Hong Kong: Noronha & Co.; Printed by the South China Morning Post.
Repository The University of Hong Kong Libraries
Note to Copyright Permission for use is given by The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce
Accession No. WL-IMP-007a
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