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Tuesday, 30 September 1958

Mr HAROLD HOLT (HIGGINS, VICTORIA) - In the first place, the assumption that the honorable gentleman makes from the reply of my colleague is not correctly founded. This Government has pursued a very active and positive programme of trade expansion, and even in relation to the countries mentioned there has been a significant increase in trade over recent years.

Mr Bryant - He said that the Government would take no positive steps.

Mr HAROLD HOLT (HIGGINS, VICTORIA) - He did not say that, as I understood his reply. He pointed briefly to the Government's general attitude in this matter. As to our policy generally in relation to employment-

Mr Haylen - You are making a liar of him.

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