Barclays Bank Issues Report on Palestine

Barclays Bank report on Palestine for the month of July which reached this country states that the “forward sales of oranges up until July 14th, have been on a smaller scale than in previous years, present prices being £4/6 to £5 per case on the tree.

The report states further that “owing to an amendment of the Customs tariff as regards flour and wheat and to the appearance of the new crop, imports of flour from France, Bulgaria and Russia, and cereals from Turkey have diminished considerably, but the imports of U.S.A. and Australian flour and cereals from Syria continue. The Manchester goods market is active,” the report declares.

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