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Thursday, 28 April 1932


Mr HAWKER (WAKEFIELD, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) (Minister for Commerce) - So soon as notice was received in Australia that Germany proposed to place new super duties upon the products of countries which had no trade agreement with her, representations were made to the German Government with the object of having Australian produce exempted from those duties. I am pleased to say that our representations were successful, and that none of the super duties is being applied to produce exported from Australia.







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