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Wednesday, 26 April 1961

Mr ADERMANN - The Australian Wool Bureau, a body established by this Parliament, appointed Personnel Administration Proprietary Limited to investigate not only the domestic market but the whole market position throughout the world. The bureau has not been able to implement its own policy decisions yet, and I do not think that it should reveal the contents of the confidential report made to it until it can deal with the report. It would not be wise for the bureau to reveal all its guns to the opposition, which includes the synthetic fibre industry.

Mr Pollard - Don't be so silly!

Mr ADERMANN - I could not imagine anything more silly than the policy suggested by the honorable member for Lalor, which, is to spend all this money on an investigation and then reveal all the information to the opposition.

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