Proposal For Manufacture In New Zealand
BRITISH FIRMS' STATEMENT
NZP.A. Special Correspondent Rec. 11 a.m. LONDON, July 25. The statement made in the New Zealand Parliament, extracts of which were cabled to England, to the effect that the British Government and the British tyre industry as a whole were consulted concerning their views in connection with the nroposal to license the manufacture of motor tyres in the Dominion has been received with surprise in cermrers ?epi2entative of the British Industry" the companies state, Affirm that neither individually nor collectively have we been since the signing of the WAV wmre Pinner bv anyone on behalf of tne K Zealand Government concernRritish tyre industry views nn g the fubject of the proposal to motor vehicle tyres m F S €i° n mad^V P sS Ch offi ffiifac&r™ a confidential basis, ?f™fShave had no cognisance Khl wd- we categorically deny Snv knowledge of any consultation JS&fgSS tyre interests as a whole."'
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MOTOR TYRES, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945
MOTOR TYRES Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945
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