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Points Made by Mr. Perkins

3rd February 1940
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Page 65, 3rd February 1940 — Points Made by Mr. Perkins
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

* With reasonable Governmental assistance, sales problems' at home and abroad can be overcome.

* Apart from economy and reliability, the oil engine off ers special advantages in the use of alternative fuels.

* An oil engine will operate on many grades of vegetable oil, and indigenous tar oils are proving satisfactory.

* Indigenous fuel for oil engines should be released without restriction and, perhaps, tax-free.

* Export priority numbers for the provision of raw and partly finished material are necessary.

* Exporters require considerably more active assistance from Trade Commissioners and other representatives abroad.

* As weight is of tremendous importance, there should be an allo-• cation of light metals for oil engines for export.

* The Government has publicly offered facilities to enable makers of oil engines to obtain material to fulfil overseas orders, but co-operation is essential.

* There should be formed a Society of Oil Engine Manufacturers to examine problems present in the export market, and to settle requirements for materials.

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