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Wednesday, 7 April 1965

Senator HENTY - As I understand the position, the International Wool Secretariat is responsible for the trade mark, the quality mark and the promotion of wool in countries other than Australia, South Africa and New Zealand. In those three countries the Wool Boards are responsible for the promotion of wool within the particular country. In Australia the Australian Wool Board has that responsibility. I understand that the Board, because of the success of the use of the quality mark overseas, is considering the adoption of a quality mark for the Australian trade. Manufacturers will be encouraged by promotional means to use this quality mark with a view to selling more wool in Australia.

Army Supplies. (Question No. 399.)

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