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Wednesday, 30 March 1966


Mr Hansen n asked the Minister representing the Minister for Housing, upon notice -

1.   How many loans have been insured in each of the States by the Housing Loans Insurance Corporation since its inception?

2.   What were the purposes of each of these loans?


Mr Bury - The Minister for Housing has provided the following answer -

Although the Housing Loans Insurance Corporation is a statutory authority of the Commonwealth, it is also a commercial undertaking operating in a competitive field. Accordingly, it would not be appropriate to divulge publicly in detail the extent and sources of its business. I can assure the honorable member, however, that the Corporation is insuring loans in each State and that the volume of its business in aggregate is currently of the order of $1 million a month. Nearly 300 loans to the value of more than $2 million have been insured in all classes of loans prescribed in Statutory Rules 1965. No. 171.

Trade.


Mr McEwen n. - On 23rd March, the honorable member for Lyne (Mr. Lucock) asked me, without notice, a question relating to increased exports of dairy products to Asian countries. I promised to provide him with additional information. The information is as follows -

 







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