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Tuesday, 1 October 1935


Mr CASEY - I think it can quite safely be said that there is in existence no council, committee or board that determines the price of gold throughout the world. Generally speaking, the price is regulated by the demands of the central banks in the various countries in the world, and the supply of gold coming forward. I do not think that any one could give a more informative reply than that.







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