During the last days of his stay in Czechoslovakia, Mr. Stanley Chambers, a foremost British?
During the last days of his stay in Czechoslovakia, Mr. Stanley Chambers, a foremost British industrialist, chairman of a huge Chemical Concern, met Czechoslovak journalists at a Press Conference.
At the beginning of his introducing address Mr. Chambers emphasized his belief that the talks he had during his stay will certainly foster and improve Trade Relations between the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and Great Britain.
Replying to various inquiries by the Press, Mr. Peel and Mr. Gourely, L.L.D., his co-operators, mentioned some envisaged forms of mutual relations, including visits of research workers and the exchange of certain industrial knowhow.
Concluding his Press Conference, Mr. Chambers referred to the high standards of Czechoslovakia a Chemical Industries which, according to his words, commands the necessary elements to attain a leading place in World Trade.