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Nazis Report Gain in Zion Commerce

While Nazi exports to foreign countries are steadily decreasing, export trade with Palestine is steadily increasing, official government figures published in today’s newspapers showed.

During the first three months of 1934 Palestine imported sixty per cent more German goods than in the same period in 1933, buying goods worth £408,000 during January, February and March, 1934, as compared with £251,000 in the previous year.

Figures for German exports to Palestine for the second quarter of 1934 are said to be even higher than those already cited.