Later Business Career
In 1958 Hutchison announced that he would not seek re-election, and left Parliament at the 1959 general election. He became Deputy President of Associated British Chambers of Commerce that year, and stepped up to be President from 1960 to 1962. He also served as a member of the Export Council for Europe from 1960. Hutchison was President of the Westminster Chamber of Commerce in 1963. He also held some political appointments, including as a member of a small committee examining applications from servicemen to be released from the forces in order to fight Parliamentary byelections.
Hutchison's work was honoured when he was made an Officer of the Venerable Order of Saint John in 1972, and he received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Glasgow in 1973.
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