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Volume 236: debated on Tuesday 4 March 1930

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asked the President of the Board of Trade how-many commercial treaties prevent the prohibition of dumped goods, potatoes and foreign subsidised cereals by means of licences?

A prohibition subject to licence, of the importation of

Articles.Rate of Australian Import Duty onβ€”
Imports of United Kingdom origin (British Preferential Tariff).Imports of Foreign origin (General Tariff).
Pig Iron25s. per ton45s. per ton.
Iron and Steel Sheets and Plates:
Up to and including β…› inch in thickness65s. per ton100s. per ton.
Exceeding β…› inch in thickness48s. per ton85s. per ton.
Corrugated Galvanised, Galvanised not Corrugated, Corrugated not Galvanised.20s. per ton60s. per ton.
Plated, Polished or Decorated, but not including plain tinned.30% ad val.45% ad val.
Plain tinnedFree10% ad val.
Rails weighing 50 lbs. per yard and over50s. per ton100s, per ton.
Rails weighing less than 50 lbs. per yard45s. per ton125s. per ton.