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RECIPROCAL TRADE

COMMON-SENSE PROPOSAL, Press Association.—By Telegraph—Copyright AIFLBOURNE. January 6. (Received January 6, at 9.15 a.m.) It is understood that during his visit, to New Zealand Mr Fisher will consult the Dominion Alinistry over the possibility of Australia. New Zealand. Canada, and couth Africa entering into a reciprocal trade arrangement after the war. ft> is not considered probable that such arrangement should apply to Australia and New Zealand alone. AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. MELBOURNE, Jan navy 6. (Received January 6, at 10 a.m.) Mr Tudor. Minister of Customs,. stated that he hoped Air Fisher would give the matter of resuscitating the reciprocal trade arrangement reached some time. ago «>etvreen Air F. AI. B. Fisher, ex- Minis!or ot Customs in New Zealand, and tmnselt the most earnest attention. The scheme had already boon dra.wn up. and thuio was no need to allow it to lapse. _ He trusted Air Fisher wmil.l make sat.stae-t-iry reciprocal trade relations at an <;uly date.

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RECIPROCAL TRADE, Evening Star, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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RECIPROCAL TRADE Evening Star, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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