MC:P2/8/3MS Papers on the Sugar Industry
Dodds-Parker was a Rapporteur for the Development and Cooperation Committee of the European Parliament on the sugar trade in 1973/4.
MC:P2/8/3MS/1 Mar–June 1973
Folder of papers concerning the sugar trade, especially its relations with the EEC, and including letters and reports (including several by Dodds-Parker). Correspondents include Joseph Godber, the Commonwealth Sugar Exporters Association and other sugar manufacturers [47 items].
MC:P2/8/3MS/2 Mar 1973–Jan 1974
Folder of correspondence to and from Dodds-Parker relating to his work on a report for the European Parliament on the sugar trade. Correspondents include sugar traders, Joseph Godber, Richard Wood, Michael Shersby, Lord Campbell, and Peter Kirk [45 items].
MC:P2/8/3MS/3 Aug–Oct 1973
Folder of papers concerning the European Parliament and the sugar industry, and including a report by Dodds-Parker on the subject [41 items].
MC:P2/8/3MS/4 Oct 1973–Jan 1974
Folder of papers and correspondence on Dodds-Parker’s work on the sugar trade. Papers include correspondence, reports and minutes from the European Parliament, and Dodds-Parker’s own notes. Correspondents include the Commonwealth Producers’ Association and Joseph Godber [60 items].
MC:P2/8/3MS/5 Nov 1973–Sep 1974
Folder of correspondence to and from Dodds-Parker on European Parliament matters, in particular his work on the creation of a report on the sugar industry. Correspondents include John Davies, Joseph Godber and Peter Kirk [15 items].
MC:P2/8/3MS/6 Jan–May 1974
Bundle of papers relating to the sugar trade, especially with reference to relations between the Commonwealth and the EEC, including correspondence, and speeches and reports given by Dodds-Parker in the European Parliament. Correspondents include Tate & Lyle, the Commonwealth Sugar Exporters Association [130 items].
MC:P2/8/3MS/7 May–Jun 1974
Folder of papers and letters concerning relations between the EEC and Commonwealth sugar producers, and between the EEC and the Arab world, with a memorandum on the cost of leaving the EEC [14 items].
3 letters on sugar.
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