1 NOVEMBER 1930, Page 38

A Bsracan's VIEW.

The fact that Sir Felix Schuster, the veteran hanker. during the course of his address to the Chamber of Commerce at Lincoln last week, declared himself in favour or measure of safeguarding naturally produced a considerable 'impression in City circles owing to the fact that Sir Fclis ha - (Continued on page 052.) Financial Notes (Continued from page 650 been a life long Free Trader. It would, however, be doing Sir Felix a serious injustice to infer that he pretended in any way to see in safeguarding a panacea for the present industrial depression. On the contrary, he made it perfectly clear that he set chief store on such points as economy in the national expenditure, improved business organization, and in many directions greater value from the workers in return for wages received.

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