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Friday, 2 July 1920


Mr GREENE (RICHMOND, NEW SOUTH WALES) (Minister for Trade and Customs) - The answers to the honorable member's questions are as follow : -

1.   Yes.

2.   Goods from ex-enemy countries; dyes, at the request of the Imperial Government; sugar, as the Government is the sole importer; citrus fruits and potatoes, from countries in which disease is known to exist, thus safeguarding the interests of the primary producers.

3.   Yes.

4.   On the 19th May last, because the Tariff has no longer rendered it necessary.

5.   From 26th March, 1919, to 19th May, 1920.

6.   I have no information on that point.

7.   Yes.

8.   In accordance with my definite announcement when introducing the Tariff, all embargoes, with the exception of those mentioned in answer to No. 2, have been removed.







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