British Economy on the Move—Encouraging Trends
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 13 Mar 1969, p. 220-230
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British Economy on the Move—Encouraging Trends

What is actually going on in Britain: a picture of steady, undramatic and painstaking effort. A tendency in Canada to "write down" Britain. Going back to take a quick look at the immediate post war position in Britain. What Britain has done to improve the situation; measures taken. What has to be done to "get out of the red and repay our debts." Increasing exports. Imbalances in trade between Canada and Britain. Domestic measures. A social revolution in England. Getting obligations and resources into better harmony. Britain going into the Common Market and how Canada will be affected. A new Canada and a new Britain still together.