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Wednesday, 7 December 1938


Mr CASEY - The flour tax is fixed at a certain rate per ton of flour, and can have no relation to the price paid for the flour. If forward contracts have been made at prices above or below the current price, they concern only the individuals who have made them. Any other arrangement would be quite unworkable.







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