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GERMANY'S FOOD. I

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GERMANY'S FOOD. Supply Improving. I Berlin, Tuesday, received to-day.-R- viewing Germany's economic position yesterday in the National Assembly, the Minister of Food, Herr Schmidt, said that the position was serious, but it would be a mistake to paint it too darkly, as there were signs of improve- ment. Imports had risen between January and July from 200,000 tons to 1,200,000 tons, and the exports from 300,000 tons I to 900,000 tons. H Our food supply," he said, has j considerably improved in comparison I with recent times, and the prospects for I the winter are not unfavourable J TRANSPORT SHORTAGE. I On the other hand, the shortage of I means of transport has increased, and 1 can do nothing unless there is an in- crease of waggons. I The coal shortage is our principal anxiety, and we are constantly endea- vouring to increase our production. For the rest, the development of our indus- try is promising, but every attempt to pnralyse the mines must be prevented. The Government will take action against I dijy political strike. We shall have to open up new coal I areas, but we shall lie unable within a measurable time to produce 300 to 350 I' milliol? tons yearly, as is assumed in France. Our enemies are only injuring I themselves by their violent interference in our economic lift-. "-]Reuter.

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