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Friday, 18 November 1921

Senator RUSSELL (VICTORIA) (Vice-President of the Executive Council) - The answers are: -

1.   Generally speaking, the answer is No. If, however, conclusive proof be furnished that certain necessary materials cannot be manufactured in the Commonwealth, admission free of duty would be allowed under by-law of such goods, the produce of the United Kingdom. As to goods of other origin, 10 per cent, duty would be levied.

2.   See reply to 'No. 1.

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