Panter-Downes, Mollie
February 1962
New Yorker;2/10/1962, Vol. 37 Issue 52, p124
The author speculates on the international trade of Great Britain. British Minister of Transport Ernest Marples intervened in the last stages of the negotiations, which were reportedly going well. The negotiation, involving British Transport Commission, focuses on the subject of railway men's pay. In the view of its citizens, the economic policy in the country have hardly been improved.


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