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Tuesday, 11 December 1973
Page: 2642

Senator LAUCKE (South Australia) - Fears have been expressed about depression of the fresh fruit markets as a result of fruit which hitherto has been used for the production of fruit juices being placed on those markets. Would such a condition of depression on the fresh fruit markets in Australia be a basis from which State fruit authorities or associations could approach the Minister for Primary Industry (Senator Wriedt) and indicate the adverse effect of the flooding of markets by fruit hitherto used for juicing? Would that constitute grounds for an application for compensation?

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