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HEAVY TOURIST TRAFFIC

INCREASE AFTER WAR "American and Australian tourist authorities predict a thousand-fold increase in rich tourist traffic to New Zealand; Australia, and other Pacific lands immediately normal transport is restored," said Mr. Frank Goldberg well-known Australian. businessman, in a statement to-day. Referring to co-operation between this country and Australia, Mr. Goldberg said that the fact that manv New Zealand business leaders had been in Australia, consulting on wavs in which to dovetail their commercial and trading interests promised well for future relations between the two countries. Co-operation would give, illimitable opportunities •in countries which needed our goods. He added that there had never been greater opportunities, for business and if businessmen kept humanitarian principles before them, they would"'have the world at their feet."

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HEAVY TOURIST TRAFFIC, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 185, 7 August 1945

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HEAVY TOURIST TRAFFIC Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 185, 7 August 1945

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